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Number of pupils in Bexle y achieving each grade in GCE A- level geography and history in 1997/98 to 2006/07
Grade
A B C D E Other Entries

Geography

2007

34

28

35

16

6

1

120

2006

20

21

24

27

8

2

102

2005

21

30

30

28

5

7

121

2004

13

29

31

13

15

4

105

2003

28

30

25

20

11

3

117

2002

22

23

32

18

13

2

110

2001

23

31

24

20

14

7

119

2000

23

21

25

16

15

8

108

1999

12

32

33

32

17

6

132

1998

23

24

35

33

20

18

153

History

2007

54

62

72

55

11

1

255

2006

33

46

48

36

30

5

198

2005

31

47

47

41

21

11

198

2004

30

49

45

43

23

2

192

2003

39

46

35

39

21

1

181

2002

19

36

39

35

25

4

158

2001

19

25

41

38

29

20

172

2000

9

18

27

37

30

30

151

1999

10

23

33

23

24

33

146

1998

11

31

40

42

32

18

174

Notes:
1. Figures relate to 16 to 18-year-olds (age at the start of the academic year, ie 31 August) in all schools and colleges
2. Other includes, ‘U’, ‘Near Misses’ and ‘Absent’.

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General Certificate of Secondary Education: Disadvantaged

Michael Gove: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) how many and what proportion of pupils entitled to free school meals who attained level 5 at Key Stage 3 in 2005 did not obtain five GCSEs at grade C or above in 2007; [182228]

(2) how many pupils not eligible for free school meals who attained level 5 in Key Stage 3 tests in 2005 did not obtain five GCSEs at grade C or above in 2007; [182229]

(3) how many and what proportion of pupils (a) entitled to and (b) not entitled to free school meals who gained level 4 in Key Stage 2 tests in 2004 did not gain level 5 in their Key Stage 3 tests. [182238]

Jim Knight: The information can be provided only at disproportionate cost.

Gifted Children

Mr. Laws: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many children have been identified in each local authority as gifted and talented in each year since 2005. [177222]

Jim Knight: The following table shows the number and proportion of students identified as gifted and talented by maintained primary and secondary schools for each English local authority in 2006 and 2007. National data on gifted and talented pupils has only been collected since 2006.


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