I remember you. You actually gave me my only ever nickname (which only lasted a couple of weeks anyway) by writing "Dongray is a gravedigger" in the old (now demolished) Room J, where we were taught English by Mr "Jesus" Davis (maybe not a universal nickname, but he wore sandals, and had a beard like classic religious images were).
You might have been pretty naughty, but I remember so too was Rogans.
On names, for some reason I remember names from one blue attendance that Cpt.Loft used to read out every morning:
"Abbott, Andrews, Avon, Barker, Bohane, Cope, Dennant, Dongray, Figgett, Ford, Gibson, Grant, Hardy, Holmes, Jeffries, Jeffris, ..."
but there my memory runs out of that sequence.
On other names, well...
In 2001, I put up my copies of two school photos (1975 and 1978) online with the names of people (students and teaechers) I knew. Quite a number of old boys have contacted me over the years and told me who they knew, and I updated their information too. I'm surprised a search didn't take you there.
Here it is: http://www.dongrays.com/btd/biography/skinners.html
Feel free to send me any boys names there I don't have (or correct me if I'm wrong anywhere).
I too wish I had my old Red Books (even if one year they were sky blue). They were in my bedroom when I went to university (Kent at Canterbury), but when I came back, my room had been tidied!
I maybe wrong, but I seem to remember you didn't do CCF (neither did I, preferring to do school painting and maintenance), I also didn't do games, well... not the usual games everyone else did, but did cross country running, competing against other schools. I also did inter-school cycling racing, and remember coming in 9th (out of about 150 competitors between all the schools) and earned my school honours tie.