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Staff joined our A Level students on results day to share in their success. Once again the A2 students have achieved excellent results with many improving on their AS grades. Students, parents and staff spent time together discussing future placements at Universities and FE Colleges. Overall our top A2 student for 2021 was Jack McGonigle who achieved two A* and one A grades. Year 14 students achieved 83% A*-C and 100% A*-E.

Ms. McCartney said, ‘I am delighted with our 2021 A Level results, which have been achieved under very difficult circumstances. Our students have worked exceptionally hard both in school and remotely for two years and I want to congratulate them on exceptional results. Our students have established a solid foundation on which to build their future achievements going on to further study or the world of work with confidence in their ability to succeed. Everyone at St. Patrick’s College is very proud of our students and we wish them every success as they continue their education at Universities, FE Colleges or the world of work. I would also like to take this opportunity to publicly acknowledge the tremendous work and effort of our staff in contributing to these results and thank them sincerely on behalf of our students and their parents.’

Congratulations to our Year 13 students who achieved excellent AS results. Students have excelled in all subjects setting the bar higher again for next year’s A Level grades. Overall the top AS students for 2021 were Cathan Feeny and Daria Tama achieving three A grades and Cain McCloskey who achieved two As and two Bs. AS students achieved a fantastic 100% A*- C.


Staff also celebrated the success of our GCSE students and were available on results day to offer them support, advice and assist in making arrangements for Sixth Form study and other career options.

Ms. McCartney said, “I am delighted to welcome back our GCSE students who worked so hard throughout their GCSE courses, under very difficult circumstances. It is so rewarding for all our staff to get the chance to share in this success with students and parents. This year our Year 12 students achieved 87% A*- C grades in 5 or more GCSE subjects. Year 12 students achieved 72% A*- C grades including GCSE English and GCSE Mathematics. Our top student was Erin McClune who achieved nine A*s and one A. Well done to all our students on achieving their personal excellence, your hard work and dedicated effort has paid off”.

We look forward to working with all our students again in September and warmly welcome those joining us for the first time from other centres. Interviews for Sixth Form places can be arranged through our school office at any time by calling 02877741324.The students and staff of St. Patrick’s College, Dungiven have once again proven the benefits of our winning formula: a smaller school network, modern resources with genuine care and encouragement for each individual.