Collaboration between Windsor's Boys and Girls Schools is reflected in yesterday's (Thursday) A level results say teachers.

Students from The Windsor Boys School and Windsor Girls School have been able to study in each other's schools for two years.

At the Boys School 30 per cent of students achieved A* to A results, 53 per cent gained A* to B results and almost 80 per cent got A* to C grades.

Ofsted judged The Windsor Boys School's sixth form 'outstanding' last year.

Headteacher Gavin Henderson said: "We have a very special sixth form at the Boys School which has been enhanced in the last two years by a genuine collaboration with Windsor Girls School.

"Teachers and students work well together to secure high academic results and places at good universities, while others achieved so much in many other fields as well."

An example of those 'other fields' is Joseph Bristow, 18 who has won a scholarship to attend the Laine Theatre Arts School in Epsom.

Mr Henderson joked 'he is the school superstar' after appearances in the school productions of Kiss me Kate and Beauty and the Beast.

Joseph who sings, dances and acts said 'I want to be in the West End'.

At Windsor Girls School 72 per cent of students achieved grades A* to C and 40 per cent achieved A* to B grades.

The majority of students will go to university in September with an increasing number investigating apprenticeship opportunities.