The Jewish Free School are celebrating their 'excellent' A level results after finding out 16 of its pupils have secured places at Oxford and Cambridge University.
The school in The Mall, Kenton had 80 per cent of its pupils achieve an A*, A or B grade and 50 per cent of its students achieved and A* or A grade.
Among the overwhelming majority of Year 13 students achieving places in first class universities of their choice, six are students who will be going to medical school, there were 62 students who achieved at least A grades in all three A levels examined.
Headteacher, Jonathan Miller welcomed the excellent results, he said: “These results, once again, reflect the excellent teaching and support students experience with their education at JFS.
"We pass on our heartiest congratulations to all the students, their parents and our staff on such delightful examination results.”