Standards of performance have risen for the third consecutive year at Dunclug College.
Overall there was a 4% increase in the number of students gaining 3 high A Level grades. 81% of all grades were Grade C or better while 97% were Grade D or better. 64% of students entered for three A Level subjects achieved three grades in the A – C range with significant increases in the number of A Star/Distinction Grades.
Special congratulations go to the following pupils for achieving three excellent individual grades, at least two of which were A star, A or Distinction grades: Thomas Bell, Emma McKay, Jordan Millar, Charis Montgomery, Matthew Moorhead, Richard Sloan, Kellie Graham, Rebecca Givens, Shannon Heaney, Gail McCullough, Evan McLeister, Matthew McNeill and Kirby Percy.
The following students achieved three high grades of which at least one was A star, A or Distinction grade: Lauren Chambers, Mark Crawford, Amy Crowther, Shannon Currie, Craig Dalton, Megan Elliott, Lewis Erwin, Megan Hamill, Sarah Hamilton, Chloe Irvine, Scott Kennedy, Shannon Leonard, Beth Louden, Sara Lyttle, Shannon Magee, Alison Marshall, Shannon McAuley, Megan Sempey, Danielle Shannon, Rachel Shearer, Jaylin Sloan, Alison Thompson, Aaron Weir, Rebecca Whyte and Natalia Winiarska.
Outstanding departmental performances included: CTEC Business, BTEC Child Care, Construction, Engineering and Sports’ Studies as well as GCE English Literature, Environmental Technology, ICT and Mathematics, – each of which achieved 100% grades in the A – C range. Other subjects achieving top grades were: Travel & Tourism (82%), Health & Social Care (81%), Applied Science and Technology (each achieving 78%), Performing Arts (72%), Moving Image Arts, Art and Physics (each achieving 67%).