Outstanding ‘A’level results for Dalriada students

A OK. Principal of Dalriada, Tom Skelton, pictured on Friday with students who obtained three or more A grades.INBM34-11 016SC.
A OK. Principal of Dalriada, Tom Skelton, pictured on Friday with students who obtained three or more A grades.INBM34-11 016SC.

Mr Tom Skelton, Headmaster of Dalriada School, is delighted at the results achieved by Sixth Form students.

24 Upper Sixth formers achieved at least one of the recently introduced A* grades at A level.

Ten students achieved two or more A* grades and four students, Gavin Harvey,

James McCaughern, Richard Surgenor, and Jonathon McLaughlin gained 3 A* grades each.

The following 24 Students achieved 3 or more A grades:

Peter Marshall Jade McElderry Jessica Smith Siobhan Brown Gavin Harvey

James McCaughern Jonathan McLaughlin Richard Surgenor Jordan Armour

Samuel Kyle Ryan McCarter Zoe Rogers Hannah Sankannawar Niall Adams

Rory Brown Ross Graham Christy Gregg Carla Hunter Simon Hunter Lucy Maxwell Stephanie Peden Matthew Dunlop Alison Robinson Jonty Sterne

The 10 students who obtained 2 or more A* grades were:

Peter Marshall Gavin Harvey James McCaughern Jonathon McLaughlin

Richard Surgenor Jordan Armour Samuel Kyle Ryan McCarter Zoe Rogers

Hannah Sankannawar

77% of the Upper Sixth Form obtained at least 3 A-C grades almost 40% of all A level grades at Dalriada were A* or A grades, further enhancing the school’s reputation as an outstanding grammar school.

In the Lower Sixth form the AS results were also impressive. A total of 20 students obtained at least 3A grades each, and of these 10 achieved the maximum 4 A grades each.

The 19 students who obtained at least 3 A grades were:

Ross Wakefield James Burnside Laura Cull Neill Johnston Rachel Love

Christopher McKee Jack Sterne Samuel Stewart Kelly-Ann Sweeney Matthew Wray Graham Cooper Aisling Ledwith Luke McAuley Peter McCully Sarah McQuillan Timothy Moore Katie Mullan Hannah Tran Amy Crockett

The 10 students who obtained 4 A grades were:

Ross Wakefield James Burnside Laura Cull Neill Johnston Rachel Love

Christopher McKee Jack Stern Samuel Stewart Kelly-Ann Sweeney

Matthew Wray

90 % of all AS grades obtained by Dalriada students were A-C.

Reflecting on the continuing academic success, Mr Skelton commented, “I am delighted and proud of our pupils’ impressive examination results. In addition, these young people have made a huge contribution to the extra curricular life of the school, reflecting the unique ethos which continues to exist here at Dalriada. Our leavers have developed into fine young citizens and I wish them every success.