Ninety percent of sixth formers have secured their first choice university after "another set of outstanding" A-Level results at a school.

Debden Park High School says three of its year 13 pupils are off to Oxbridge with head teacher Helen Gascoyne "delighted".

Thirty-five per cent of grades at Debden Park were A* and A, 60 per cent were A*-B and 86 per cent of students attained A* to C grades.

Executive headboy Max Bolton will be going to study philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) at University College, Oxford.

He said: "I am delighted to be going to read PPE at Oxford. I’ve had a fantastic seven years at Debden Park and am so grateful for all the support they have given me to help me over the last few years and couldn’t have done it without them."

Epping Forest Guardian: Max Bolton is off to study in OxfordMax Bolton is off to study in Oxford

Ashwin Gohil has been offered a place to read history at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and Anil Chatterjee has been offered a place to study human, social and political science at Lady Cavendish College, Cambridge.

Ashwin said: "I’m thrilled that the hard work has paid off and I was to achieve my dream of studying the world’s best university. I also want to thank all the members of staff who helped make this possible and to my family and friends for their continued belief in me."

Epping Forest Guardian: Debden Park High SchoolDebden Park High School

A third of students are going on to study at either Russell Group or other Top 20 universities in the country including Exeter, York, Warwick, Manchester and Bristol to study a range of courses including engineering, geography, mathematics and computer science.

Tegan Crosby-Smith, who joined Debden Park for sixth form from King Harold Academy in Waltham Abbey, is off to study medicine at Anglia Ruskin University.

She said: "I can’t believe I’ve got in to study medicine. I have had such an incredible time since joining Debden Park in Year 12, the support I’ve had from the teachers has been great and I am delighted to be able to go and follow my passion to become a doctor over the next few years."

Epping Forest Guardian: Tegan Crosby-Smith is off to study Medicine at Anglia Ruskin University Tegan Crosby-Smith is off to study Medicine at Anglia Ruskin University

Head teacher Helen Gascoyne said: "We are delighted with the excellent achievement of our students. Despite the disruption of the last 18 months, our students have been rewarded for all the hard work they put in.

"An incredible 90 per cent of our students have been accepted into their first choice University with many going on to pursue their dreams at some of the best universities in the world.

"We are pleased that the exam boards recognised the rigour with which our teachers approached these assessments, with no grades being changed."