Southern Regional College students achieved outstanding results this year with a 93.4% overall pass rate in A-Levels, with students performing highly in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Over 250 students completed A-Level examinations this year at the Armagh Campus and the results are exceptional.
Successful A-Level students include:
- Penny Boland from Craigavon who achieved three A* in Biology, Chemistry and Digital Technology and hopes to progress to Ulster University to study Pharmacy;
- Beth Moates from Portadown achieved an A* in Religious Studies, an A in Chemistry and B in Biology and is progressing to Bristol University to study Veterinary Science;
- Similarity, Matthew Canniffe from Craigavon achieved two A’s in Biology and Chemistry, with a B in Physics. Matthew is progressing to Cardiff University to study Neuroscience; and
- Sarah Stewart from Lisnadill, Armagh who continued the strong A-Level performance, achieving two A’s in Biology and Religious Studies, and a grade C in Chemistry.
Not to be outshone, AS-Level students performed highly with a 100% achievement rate in the subjects of Digital Technology, English Literature, Geography, Nutrition and Food Science and Religious Studies. All AS-Level students also performed strongly in STEM subjects.
Some successful AS-Level students include:
- Sean Colligan from Armagh achieving two A’s in Digital Technology, English Literature and a B in History;
- Levente Eber from Dungannon and Gary Freeburn from Markethill. Both achieved A’s in Chemistry and Maths, with grade B in Physics; and
- Ciarrai McQuaid from Portadown achieving an A in Religious Studies and B’s in English Literature and History.
Stephen Rogan, Head of Faculty for Computing, Design and Academic Studies at Southern Regional College commented:
“The excellent A-Level results achieved by our students at the College reflects the effort and commitment they have made to their learning, under the guidance and support of staff.
Students faced a continuously evolving and challenging learning environment, and all have adapted in order to achieve these wonderful results. I am very proud of our students’ achievements, and it is a real testament to the hard work and effort of the staff and students that we have performed so well again this year.”
Southern Regional College offers a vast range of A-Level subjects at its ‘A-Level Academy’ on the state-of-the-art Armagh Campus. The College welcomes students who are studying A-Levels for the first time as well as those who wish to repeat one or more AS or A-Level.
If you are interested in studying at Southern Regional College’s A-Level Academy and have not yet applied, you should visit www.src.ac.uk, apply for the subjects which interest you and upload your GCSE results once you receive them. Staff will then be in contact to discuss your options.
You can also contact the admissions team on 0300 123 1223 or visit the College’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/SouthernRegionalCollege) for further information.
SRC’s top performing A-Level students pictured with Henry McCloy (Curriculum Area Manager) and Stephen Rogan (Head of Faculty) for the Faculty of Computing, Design & Academic Studies and Libby Shackels (Director of Curriculum)
Back row (L-R): Sean Colligan, Matthew Canniffe, Henry McCloy (Curriculum Area Manager), Stephen Rogan (Head of Faculty), Levente Eber, Gary Freeburn & Ciarrai McQuaid.
Front row (L-R): Sarah Stewart, Penny Boland & Libby Shackels (Director of Curriculum).