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Glynn Primary School
26 Main Road,Glynn, BT40 3HF,UK Larne
Tel. 028 2827 6133

Glynn School

Glynn Primary School - History

In years gone by there were five 'day schools' and two Sunday schools in Glynn. Of the five day schools, four were public and one was private. Lessons at the day schools were held mostly in private dwelling houses. The private school was for young children and according to Ordnance Survey memoirs, was of a humble and elementary description. Both Sunday schools were supported by the Sunday School Society for Ireland.

In 1825, Glynn Village National School was built. The school was located in a small one-storey stone house and built at a cost of approximately £50. The then proprietor of the village,
Randal William Johnston Esquire, paid for the majority of this cost. The average daily attendance in the 1820s was seventeen pupils. It is recorded that this number was made up of fourteen boys and three girls, of which two were Anglican, two were Roman Catholic and thirteen were Presbyterian. The building has now been renovated and is a private dwelling house.

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