About Theoline L. McCoy Primary School
The Theoline L McCoy Primary School's (formerly Bodden Town Primary School) aim is to help increase each student's achievements in a safe and comfortable environment with a diverse curriculum which meets all the student's needs. The school's acting principal is Ms June Elliott.
In 2019, the Bodden Town Primary School was renamed the Theoline L McCoy Primary School in honour of the late Theoline Lillis McCoy, a former school inspector and headteacher of Savannah Primary School in 1950. McCoy worked in public education for 34 years and then moved on to become a school inspector assigned to all primary schools for nine years. She was devoted to the development of the public education system in the Cayman Islands and was well-loved and respected.
To read Bodden Town Primary School's follow-through academic inspection report, which was conducted in December 2017, please see link below. It will give you a good idea of how the school is doing and where they are making progress and where there are still weaknesses:
Bodden Town Primary School - Overall Progresses Assessed as 'Satisfactory'
Follow-Through Inspection Report - Bodden Town Primary School - December 2017
The After School Programme is conducted by the YMCA of Grand Cayman. The programme runs from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m daily during the school year.