Housemaster - Mr. G. Monteith.
Senior Housemaster: Mr GT Monteith
Year 8: Dr A Bailie
Year 9: Miss JL Gray
Year 10: Mr M Titterington
Year 11: Mrs G Horner/Mrs K Walsh
Year 12: Mr J English
Year 13: Mr P Sheppard
Head of House: Carter Hayes
Deputy Head of House: Dylan Nagar
Senior Prefects: Dylan Nagar
Prefects: L Warrener, C Walsh, C Hayes, D Nagar, E Scott
Mentors: M Johnston, P De San Jose, C Hayes, L Warrener, E Scott
Valete: A Close, A Duffin-Murray, M Honan, J Houston, P Hughes, D Keane, J Kerr, M Kida, D Kinner, M Lavery, J Lyons, P Lyons, F McCracken, A Parker, B Rose, A Stronge, S Tait, J Welshman
To begin, I would like to welcome all Year 8 pupils as new members of Larmor House. I would encourage each of you to fully partake in the co-curricular clubs and societies which Inst has to offer, as well as to represent Larmor House to the best of your ability.
In regard to our Year 12 and Year 14 leavers, on behalf of the house I wish them all the best in whatever path they may take, whether that be further education, higher education or employment.
The pupils of Larmor House performed exceptionally well across the board, from GCSE to A-Level; however, particular mention should be given to pupils such as Solomon Trimble who achieved 7 A*s and 5 As in his GCSEs and at AS-Level, Robin McIlveen who achieved an A, B and a C, and finally at A2, Aneurin Duffin-Murray who achieved 3 As and 1 B. Congratulations to all of the Larmor pupils on their academic achievements.
In the 2017-2018 House Champioship, Larmor pupils put in a huge effort, with notable successes such as winning the Corry Cup, as well as coming third in the Pirrie Cup. There were also more successes such as 2nd place in both volleyball and cross country and by winning all badminton competitions from Year 8 to Year 14. All of these successes contributed to Larmor coming joint second in the House Championship, a fantastic result which reflects the great effort from all involved, and should act as great encouragement to strive for 1st place in the next campaign. A promising start has been made to the 2018-2019 House Championship campaign, with the Senior boys winning the Pirrie Cup.
Outside of the classroom, there have been a number of co-curricular successes, such as Robin McIlveen of Year 14 who represented Ulster Schools regularly, as well as a number of our members representing the School’s 1st XV rugby team. There were also a number of promotions in the school CCF within the House, such as Alex Barclay to Corporal, Luke Warrener to WO2 and Carter Hayes to WO1. In Year 11, Ben Magee represented Ulster in squash.
To conclude, I would like to thank Mr Monteith and all the tutors for the effort and time they have put into Larmor House, giving motivation to each boy to reach their full potential. I hope for a successful year to come, whether it be on the sports field, the stage or in the examination hall. Good luck!
Carter Hayes (House Secretary)