Liskeard Grammar School
Coordinates: Liskeard Grammar School in Liskeard, Cornwall dates back to 1550. In its most recent incarnation it was originally known as the County School, and was built by the Cornwall Education Committee. It opened in Old Road, Liskeard in 1908.
The school song reflected its location "at the foot of Cornish Moorland". In 1945, its name was changed to Liskeard Grammar School. It closed in 1978. Travers was the headmaster in the 1950s and, from about 1960 to 1976, the headmaster was John W Lingard.
Notable former pupils
- Francis Vyvyan Jago Arundell (1780–1846), antiquary and oriental traveller
- Robert Stephen Hawker, clergyman, poet and eccentric
- Jane Johnson, novelist
- Humphrey Prideaux, scholar
- Bernard Deacon, local historian
- Walter Moyle, politician and political writer
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