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Education: Finance

Mr. Hepburn: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how much his Department and its predecessors have spent on (a) primary and (b) secondary school education in (i) Jarrow constituency, (ii) South Tyneside, (iii) the North East and (iv) nationwide in each year since 1997. [313495]

Mr. Coaker: Figures are not available for the parliamentary constituency of Jarrow as data are collected at a local authority level. The available information has been placed in the Libraries.

GCSE

Tim Loughton: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many and what percentage of pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 at academies achieved five GCSEs at grades A* to C including English and mathematics but excluding equivalents in each year since 2000. [304656]


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Mr. Coaker: The information requested is in the following table. The first academy opened in September 2002 with first results published for 2003.

Number of pupils achieving 5 or more GCSEs at grades A*-C inc. English and Maths in Academies Percentage of pupils achieving 5 or more GCSEs at grades A*-C inc. English and maths academies

2003

58

10.8

2004

221

11.9

2005

290

13.9

2006

1,044

29.3

2007

1,819

28.4

2008

3,790

31.7

2009

6,729

33.8


Qualifications included are full GCSEs, GCSE double awards and applied GCSEs. Equivalents are excluded.

Figures for 2003 and 2004 are based on pupils aged 15. All other figures are based on pupils at the end of Key Stage 4.

John Battle: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what proportion of 16-year-olds did not achieve five GCSEs at grades A* to C in (a) Leeds, West constituency, (b) West Yorkshire and (c) England in 2009. [306622]

Mr. Coaker: The proportion of pupils at the end Key Stage 4 that did not achieve five or more GCSEs at grade A*-C or the equivalent in 2009 was:

This answer is derived from the revised Achievement and Attainment tables.

Tim Loughton: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many and what proportion of pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 of each ethnic group who were (a) eligible and (b) not eligible for free school meals, did not achieve a GCSE at A* to C grade in (i) English, (ii) mathematics, (iii) history, (iv) French and (v) physics in each year since 1997. [309212]

Mr. Coaker [holding answer 6 January 2010]: Figures for 2005 to 2009 are presented in the tables and are derived from the National Pupil Database (NPD). The way subject level information has been captured on the NPD means that figures prior to 2005 are not consistent with later years and have therefore not been provided in this answer.

Figures are based on pupils at the end of Key Stage 4.
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White Mixed Asian Black

No. of Non-FSM pupils not achieving A*-C No. of FSM pupils not achieving A*-C No. of Non-FSM pupils not achieving A*-C No. of FSM pupils not achieving A*-C No. of Non-FSM pupils not achieving A*-C No. of FSM pupils not achieving A*-C No. of Non-FSM pupils not achieving A*-C No. of FSM pupils not achieving A*-C

English

2005

170,490

40,898

3,438

1,685

9,402

6,174

6,603

4,250

2006

172,966

39,481

3,741

1,785

10,029

5,885

6,757

4,193

2007

171,548

38,027

4,190

1,902

10,200

5,500

6,781

3,843

2008

163,920

36,193

4,456

1,808

10,682

5,152

6,530

3,731

2009

148,438

34,280

4,236

1,801

10,547

4,996

6,263

3,678

Maths

2005

197,517

43,629

4,346

1,935

9,810

6,567

7,780

4,684

2006

197,738

41,823

4,753

2,007

10,317

6,136

8,028

4,562

2007

192,470

40,052

5,051

2,102

10,207

5,787

7,768

4,076

2008

183,003

37,620

5,424

2,029

10,531

5,295

7,471

3,915

2009

164,815

35,642

5,021

2,047

10,415

5,097

7,098

3,918

History

2005

337,632

52,116

7,377

2,430

19,723

9,530

11,913

6,020

2006

348,146

50,789

8,231

2,629

21,381

9,366

12,778

6,125

2007

355,783

49,972

9,349

2,852

22,408

9,029

13,268

5,916

2008

353,086

48,564

10,377

2,879

24,014

8,867

13,618

5,912

2009

335,422

47,462

10,654

3,024

25,085

8,963

13,984

6,227

French

2005

335,547

52,078

7,086

2,421

19,122

9,576

11,471

5,641

2006

356,509

51,492

8,193

2,605

21,218

9,624

12,590

5,861

2007

370,361

50,711

9,393

2,849

22,598

9,378

13,169

5,640

2008

373,047

49,441

10,574

2,875

24,487

9,193

13,483

5,641

2009

355,510

48,494

10,850

3,063

25,579

9,251

13,945

5,983

Physics

2005

408,161

54,999

8,839

2,626

23,019

10,424

13,419

6,423

2006

418,481

53,629

9,808

2,797

24,853

10,346

14,543

6,586

2007

424,182

52,716

10,883

3,054

25,787

9,974

15,025

6,339

2008

409,035

50,738

11,760

3,062

26,895

9,644

15,266

6,315

2009

378,839

49,425

11,828

3,200

27,100

9,596

15,412

6,635


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