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> St. Gregory's Secy. School, Torphin Cres.
eileen1953
post 28th Sep 2017, 06:51pm
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Hi, I am Helen Corr I was at 'The Greg' from 1965 till 1970. Anyone remember me ?
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Hi Helen
I have just come across this on one of my occasional visits to this website. I taught English at the Greg from 1965 until 1971 and can remember the name Corr. It was my first teaching appointment fresh out of university. I loved the place, partly because I lived in Inverness Crescent a few hundred yards away. You will probably remember some of the teachers who became friends of mine. Head teacher, Mr Murray, Mr Cooper, Mr Reagan, Mr McGettrick, Mr Gribben, Mr Farrell, Mr Osborne, Mr Feeney, Mr McLaughlin, Mrs Mckeown, Mr Brady, Mr McNeill, Mr Henretty, , Miss Welsh, Mr McCormick to name but a few. Great memories!
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