Quick Links

C2KNI

Booking System

My School

CEOP

Ballycastle High School

33 Rathlin Road

Ballycastle

BT54 6LD

 

info@ballycastlehigh.ballycastle.ni.sch.uk

Tel

028 2076 2254

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
Board of Governors

Chairman

Rev. P. Barton, B.A., B.Th.

The Rectory, 2 Ballinlea Road, Ballycastle, BT54 6NQ

028 20768155

Parent Reps

Mrs. W. McCormick

4 Islandboy Road, Ballycastle BT54 6JP

Mrs. J. McVicker

Lisbellnagroagh, 37 Moycraig Road, Dunseverick, Bushmills BT57 8TB

Mr. D. Rowe

27 Islandmacallion Road, Armoy, Ballymoney, BT53 8XB

Mr. C. Whyte

4 Killyless Road, Cullybackey, Ballymena, BT42 1HB

North-Eastern Education & Library Board Reps

Mr. B. Dillon

B.A. M.Ed. Cert.Ed. D.A.S.E. D.M.S. 8 Drumavoley Park, Ballycastle BT54 6PE

Mr. J. D. Hamill

21 Market Street, Ballycastle BT54 6DS

Mr. P. Powell

3 Dunamallaght Crescent, Ballycastle BT54 6PP

Mr. R. A. McIlroy

174a Straid Road, Bushmills BT57 8SW

Transferor Reps

Rev. P. Barton

B.Th. The Rectory, 2 Ballinlea Road, Ballycastle, BT54  6NQ

Mr. R. Bolt

204 Straid Road, Bushmills, BT57 8XW

The Very Rev. Dr A.W G. Brown

1 Cedar Avenue, Ballycastle, BT54 6DE

Mr. A. McClure

27 ToberRoad, Ballymoney, BT53  8JP

Mrs. L. McConaghy

5 Rathlin Avenue, Ballycastle, BT54  6DQ

Mrs. M. Poots

27 Boyland Road, Ballymoney, BT53 7HE

Teacher Reps

Mr. J. McPeak

12 Woodvale Road, Portstewart, BT55 7HY

 Mr R Rafferty

 24 The Salmon Leap, Coleraine, BT51 3TW

The Board of Governors plays an increasingly important role in the administrative and curricular life of the school. A new Board is appointed every four years and it includes representatives from the Education and Library Board, Parents, Teachers and Transferors. The Governors present an Annual Report on the work of the previous school year each autumn term. The most recent report was published in November, 2011. A copy of the report is available on request from the school.

In the event of a parent or guardian having a complaint that they feel the Board of Governors is failing to fulfil its obligations under the Education Reform Order in relation to the provision of the Northern Ireland Curriculum, they should initially discuss the matter with the school principal and ask the school to look into the matter. If the matter is still not resolved and the parent feels the school is acting unreasonably or in some way not meeting its duty in relation to the Curriculum they will be able to take the complaint to an independent tribunal which the North-Eastern Education and Library Board will set up to deal with complaints.