DCSIMG

Larne Grammar in Best Kept Schools final

Larne Grammar School was awarded runner up in the post primary category, Northern Education and Library Board, at the 2014 Best Kept Schools Awards. 

Pictured (back row l-r) is NIAC board member Joe Murphy, and Doreen Muskett, Chair of the Amenity Council. 
(Front row) Year 11 pupils Nathan Hull and Sam Wood James Christie, Head of conservation at the school. INLT 25-680-CON

Larne Grammar School was awarded runner up in the post primary category, Northern Education and Library Board, at the 2014 Best Kept Schools Awards. Pictured (back row l-r) is NIAC board member Joe Murphy, and Doreen Muskett, Chair of the Amenity Council. (Front row) Year 11 pupils Nathan Hull and Sam Wood James Christie, Head of conservation at the school. INLT 25-680-CON

Larne Grammar School has taken the runner-up spot at the 2014 Best Kept Schools Awards.

The school faced stiff competition in the North Eastern Education and Library Board area to be named a finalist in the post-primary category of the competition. Almost 200 schools across the five board areas entered the competition, which is run by the Northern Ireland Amenity Council. Pictured (back row l-r) is NIAC board member Joe Murphy, and Doreen Muskett, Chair of the Amenity Council. (Front row) Year 11 pupils Nathan Hull and Sam Wood James Christie, head of conservation at the school.

 
 
 

Back to the top of the page