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Chris Huhne: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what proportion of students achieved five or more GCSE grade A*-C in comprehensive secondary schools of (a) fewer than 100 students, (b) 100 to 199 students, (c) 200 to 299 students, (d) 300 to 399 students, (e) 400 to 499 students, (f) 500 to 599 students, (g) 600 to 700 students and (h) over 700 students in (i) rural areas and (ii) areas not classified as rural in the last year for which figures are available; and if he will make a statement. 
|GCSE and equivalent achievement of pupils( 1) at the end of Key Stage 4 by the end of 2004/05( 2) in comprehensive schools( 3) in rural and non-rural areas, by size of school|
|Number of pupils at end of Key Stage 4||Number of pupils at end of Key Stage 4 achieving 5+ A*-C at GCSE or equivalent||Percentage of pupils at end of Key Stage 4 achieving 5+ A*-C at GCSE or equivalent|
|Total number of pupils in school||(i) Rural schools||(ii) Non-rural schools||(i) Rural schools||(ii) Non-rural schools||(i) Rural schools||(ii) Non-rural schools|
|(1) Number of pupils on roll at the end of Key Stage 4 in the 2004/ 05 academic year. (2) Includes achievements by these pupils in previous academic years. (3) Including City Technology Colleges and Academies.|
Sarah Teather: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills (1) how many (a) permanent and (b) fixed period exclusions there were broken down by reason for exclusion, in each London borough for the latest year for which figures are available; 
Only two years of data relating to the reason for exclusion are currently available. The first year for which information on the reason for exclusion is
available relates to the 2003/04 academic year. Exclusions data for 2004/05 academic year were published in June 2006.
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many pupils achieved grade C or above in (a) mathematics, (b) English, (c)
physics, (d) chemistry and (e) history in each year since 1997, broken down by region. 
Jim Knight: The following tables show the number of 15-year-old pupils(1) achieving a grade C or above at GCSE in each year since 1997, in mathematics, English, physics, chemistry, and history, broken down by region.
|(a) Number of 15- year- old pupils( 1) achieving a grade C or above in mathematics GCSE|
|(b) Number of 15year-old pupils( 1) achieving a grade C or above in English GCSE|
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