The sixth forms with the best A-level results have been revealed.

When ranking all Hertfordshire schools by the percentage of students who achieved AAB grades or higher (in at least two facilitating subjects) in 2018-19, Merchant Taylors' School came out on top.

71.7 per cent of students at the private boys school in Northwood achieved the top grades.

Facilitating A-level subjects are ones that are commonly needed for entry to leading universities. They are: biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, further mathematics, geography, history, English literature and classical or modern languages.

Haberdashers' Aske's boys and girls schools in Elstree followed behind.

The AAB pass rate at the girls school was 63.5 per cent, while the figure at the boys school was 63.3 per cent.

In fourth place was St Albans High School for Girls, where 57.8 per cent of students got the coveted grades last year.

Dame Alice Owen's School appeared to be among one of the best state-funded schools, with half of students achieving AAB and an average grade of A-.

How does your sixth form measure up to these high-fliers? You can search using our table below - just type in the name of a school or college and see how it did in 2018-19.

Our table includes the average points score, the average grade, and how many students reached the AAB pass mark. Some schools had no data as there were too few A-level students.

By default, our table has ranked schools by the proportion of students who achieved AAB grades: