Foyle and Londonderry College Act 1976
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Published by H.M.S.O in Belfast .
Written in English


Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14922134M
ISBN 100105118761
OCLC/WorldCa26287941

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With its th anniversary looming, Foyle College has commissioned a new high-quality book to celebrate both the past and the future of education in the city. Foyle College is poised on the edge of an exciting future - built on four centuries of tradition. Founded by the Merchant Taylor, Mathias Springham, in , as the Free Grammar School, it became Foyle College in and eventually Foyle College is a co-educational voluntary grammar school in the city of Derry, Northern Ireland. The school's legal name is Foyle and Londonderry College. In , two local schools, Foyle College and Londonderry High School, merged under the Foyle and Londonderry College Act to form Foyle and Londonderry :// Eventually the girls joined the boys of Foyle College Preparatory Department which moved into these premises in , and so anticipated the later amalgamation under the Foyle and Londonderry College Act of , resulting in the first co-educational grammar school in Derry. The school preparatory department closed in ?option=com_content&view=category&id=   Australian Agricultural Company and Subsidiary Companies Act ; Nottingham City Council Act ; Hove Borough Council Act ; Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society's Act ; British Transport Docks Act ; Foyle and Londonderry College Act ; National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham Municipal Bank Act

  Lerwick Harbour Order Confirmation Act , Australian Agricultural Company and Subsidiary Companies Act , Nottingham City Council Act , Hove Borough Council Act , Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society's Act , British Transport Docks Act , Foyle and Londonderry College Act , National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham The Diocesan school, or Foyle College, was originally founded within the walls as a free grammar school in the reign of James I., and was rebuilt on its present site to the north of the city in , chiefly through the exertions of Bishop Knox, who gave £ towards the expense, which amounted to £13, A wide range of books from a wide range of genres, FREE delivery to all Foyles stores & in the UK, specialist books, sheet music, signed copies and :// Later still the Foyle College building became part of the Magee campus of the University of Ulster. Colby’s Ordnance Survey of the County of Londonderry () describes the Free School as ‘a capacious house the lower rooms to serve for a school, with accommodation for the master, and the upper rooms for a library’.

  Statistical Survey of The County of Londonderry by Reverend G. Vaughan Sampson was published in At the time the United Kingdom had recently been created in the Act of Union , a year later war would recommence with France while the industrial revolution had just begun. The Dublin Society produced a series of surveys of the counties of Ireland to create a snapshot of the state of Lisneal College. 4, likes 1, talking about this were here. Lisneal College is a co-educational, non-selective post primary school providing education for pupils aged Plans had been made to extend the building, but instead it relocated to new premises on Asylum Road. After amalgamating with Londonderry Ladies Collegiate, the school was renamed Victoria High School, which became the forerunner to Londonderry Ladies High School and later through another amalgamation, became part of Foyle and Londonderry :// Flag as Inappropriate