Larne Grammar School

Larne Grammar School is a co-educational voluntary grammar school located in Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Founded in 1886 by Sir Edward Coey and John Crawford, it has around 760 pupils and 50 teaching staff.

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Larne Grammar School - In The News
... In February 2012, an employment tribunal found that a teacher at Larne Grammar School, Julie Muldrew, had been the victim of sex discrimination ... been discriminated against, Julie Muldrew returned to the school, continuing her career as a top achieving, and very popular Spanish teacher ...

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