Head start for pupils

Coleraine Grammar School has announced Conor Skuce as Head Boy and Emily McConaghie as Head Girl. The two Year 14 pupils are pictured with Dr David Carruthers, headmaster,
Coleraine Grammar School has announced Conor Skuce as Head Boy and Emily McConaghie as Head Girl. The two Year 14 pupils are pictured with Dr David Carruthers, headmaster,
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The borough’s new grammar school has announced its head pupils.

Coleraine Grammar School has revealed that Conor Skuce will be Head Boy and Emily McConaghie Head Girl for the 2015/16 school term.

Coleraine Grammar School has announced the head pupil team for 2015. Conor Skuce (front left) has been appointed Head Boy and Emily McConaghie (front right) is Head Girl. They are pictured along with Headmaster Dr David Carruthers (front centre) and the Deputy Heads (back row) Niall Cameron, Sarah Barr, Jonathan Woods, Sarah Morrell and Wesley McCartney.  Abigail Lynas is missing from the photograph.

Coleraine Grammar School has announced the head pupil team for 2015. Conor Skuce (front left) has been appointed Head Boy and Emily McConaghie (front right) is Head Girl. They are pictured along with Headmaster Dr David Carruthers (front centre) and the Deputy Heads (back row) Niall Cameron, Sarah Barr, Jonathan Woods, Sarah Morrell and Wesley McCartney. Abigail Lynas is missing from the photograph.

Six Deputy Heads have also been appointed with Sarah Barr, Abigail Lynas and Sarah Morrell being joined by Niall Cameron, Wesley McCartney and Jonathan Woods

Dr David Carruthers, principal, said, “This group of Year 14 pupils will help the Senior Management Teawm to lead the school during its first year.

“I am looking forward to working with the head and deputy head pupils during the year, helping them to fulfil the important roles which each one will have and benefitting from the variety of skills which they each possess”.

Coleraine Grammar School officially opens its doors last week with pupils present on both the Castlerock Road and Lodge Road campuses.