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Any passes
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Boys

FSM

85.2

85.7

89.8

91.2

92.7

93.6

Non-FSM

94.9

95.2

96.4

97.1

97;5

97.8

Unclassified

38.5

6.8

85.5

91.8

93.2

93.3

All pupils

93.1

93.5

95.4

96.3

96.8

97.2

Girls

FSM

89.3

89.9

92.7

93.8

95.0

95.6

Non-FSM

96.1

96.6

97.5

98.1

98.3

98.5

Unclassified

46.8

6.4

97.6

94.6

94.1

95.8

All pupils

95.0

95.6

96.8

97.5

97.9

98.1

Total

FSM

87.2

87.8

91.2

92.5

93.8

94.6

Non-FSM

95.5

95.9

96.9

97.6

97.9

98.1

Unclassified

40.4

6.7

90.8

93.2

93.7

94.5

All pupils

94.0

94.5

96.1

96.9

97.3

97.7

FSM/ non-FSM gap

Boys

9.7

9.5

6.6

5.9

4.8

4.2

Girls

6.8

6.7

4.8

4.3

3.3

2.9

Total

8.3

8.1

5.7

5.1

4.1

3.5

Note:
Figures from 2005 are based on pupils at the end of key stage 4, earlier figures are based on 15-year-old pupils (age at start of academic year). This information is not available for earlier years; 2002 was the first time pupil-level information was collected during the school census and matched to the attainment information.
Source:
National Pupil Database

Michael Gove: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what number and proportion of pupils who obtained five GCSEs at grade C or above in 2007 obtained them in English, mathematics, science, a foreign language and either history or geography. [182225]

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

General Certificate of Secondary Education: Standards

Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many schools in each local education authority area had fewer that 25 per cent. of pupils achieving five A* to C grade passes at GCSE including mathematics and English in each of the last three years. [180463]

Jim Knight: The information requested is shown in the following table.


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Number of maintained mainstream schools with fewer than 25 per cent. of pupils achieving 5+ A*-C GCSE grades (including English and Mathematics) by local authority
2004/05 2005/06 2006/07

201

City of London

0

0

0

202

Camden

1

0

0

203

Greenwich

3

6

2

204

Hackney

1

1

0

205

Hammersmith and Fulham

2

0

0

206

Islington

3

1

0

207

Kensington and Chelsea

0

0

0

208

Lambeth

2

1

1

209

Lewisham

2

4

2

210

Southwark

6

4

2

211

Tower Hamlets

3

4

1

212

Wandsworth

3

2

1

213

Westminster

3

0

1

301

Barking and Dagenham

2

1

0

302

Barnet

3

2

0

303

Bexley

5

2

2

304

Brent

1

1

3

305

Bromley

0

0

0

306

Croydon

9

6

3

307

Ealing

1

0

1

308

Enfield

4

3

3

309

Haringey

5

5

4

310

Harrow

0

0

0

311

Havering

2

1

1

312

Hillingdon

4

3

0

313

Hounslow

2

1

0

314

Kingston upon Thames

1

0

0

315

Merton

3

6

1

316

Newham

1

1

1

317

Redbridge

1

0

0

318

Richmond upon Thames

1

0

1

319

Sutton

2

2

2

320

Waltham Forest

2

2

0

330

Birmingham

27

23

17

331

Coventry

4

3

1

332

Dudley

4

4

3

333

Sandwell

7

5

3

334

Solihull

2

3

3

335

Walsall

5

5

4

336

Wolverhampton

4

5

3

340

Knowsley

4

5

2

341

Liverpool

15

9

8

342

St. Helens

1

1

0

343

Sefton

5

4

3

344

Wirral

6

3

2

350

Bolton

4

2

2

351

Bury

0

0

0

352

Manchester

10

13

10

353

Oldham

7

6

3

354

Rochdale

3

2

2

366

Salford

5

6

4

356

Stockport

1

0

0

357

Tameside

5

3

1

358

Trafford

4

3

1

359

Wigan

5

2

1

370

Barnsley

5

4

5

371

Doncaster

7

5

4

372

Rotherham

3

1

1

373

Sheffield

9

6

7

380

Bradford

10

8

7

381

Calderdale

2

3

3

382

Kirklees

6

4

2

383

Leeds

12

10

10

384

Wakefield

4

1

1

390

Gateshead

2

0

1

391

Newcastle upon Tyne

4

3

3

392

North Tyneside

2

0

0

393

South Tyneside

2

0

0

394

Sunderland

4

5

3

800

Bath and North East Somerset

1

1

1

801

City of Bristol

10

10

6

802

North Somerset

0

0

1

803

South Gloucestershire

0

1

1

805

Hartlepool

1

1

1

806

Middlesbrough

5

5

4

807

Redcar and Cleveland

4

2

2

808

Stockton on Tees

3

4

2

810

City of Kingston-upon-Hull

7

6

5

811

East Riding of Yorkshire

0

0

0

812

North East Lincolnshire

7

5

2

813

North Lincolnshire

3

2

1

815

North Yorkshire

2

2

2

816

York

1

1

0

820

Bedfordshire

2

2

2

821

Luton

2

2

0

825

Buckinghamshire

3

6

3

826

Milton Keynes

2

3

3

830

Derbyshire

5

3

4

831

City of Derby

3

4

4

835

Dorset

1

0

0

836

Poole

2

2

1

837

Bournemouth

3

3

2

840

Durham

7

3

3

841

Darlington

2

1

1

845

East Sussex

4

4

4

846

Brighton and Hove

1

2

1

850

Hampshire

4

7

5

851

Portsmouth

3

4

4

852

Southampton

5

6

3

855

Leicestershire

0

0

0

856

Leicester City

6

6

5

857

Rutland

0

0

0

860

Staffordshire

5

5

3

861

Stoke-on-Trent

7

6

4

865

Wiltshire

2

1

0

866

Swindon

1

1

0

867

Bracknell Forest

1

0

0

868

Windsor and Maidenhead

0

0

0

869

West Berkshire

0

0

0

870

Reading

2

1

1

871

Slough

5

2

1

872

Wokingham

1

0

0

873

Cambridgeshire

2

1

1

874

Peterborough

4

3

1

875

Cheshire

7

6

4

876

Halton

1

2

1

877

Warrington

0

1

1

878

Devon

2

1

2

879

Plymouth

6

6

6

880

Torbay

1

1

0

881

Essex

15

13

11

882

Southend

4

2

1

883

Thurrock

3

1

3

884

Herefordshire

1

1

0

885

Worcestershire

3

2

1

886

Kent

32

35

26

887

Medway

7

6

6

888

Lancashire

16

10

8

889

Blackburn

0

2

1

890

Blackpool

4

1

0

891

Nottinghamshire

11

6

6

892

Nottingham City

12

11

7

893

Shropshire

0

0

0

894

Telford and Wrekin

4

6

4

908

Cornwall

0

0

0

909

Cumbria

8

4

8

916

Gloucestershire

6

6

7

919

Hertfordshire

6

4

3

921

Isle of Wight

0

0

0

925

Lincolnshire

23

16

12

926

Norfolk

7

8

7

928

Northamptonshire

7

6

6

929

Northumberland

1

1

1

931

Oxfordshire

3

3

1

933

Somerset

0

2

2

935

Suffolk

1

2

2

936

Surrey

2

2

1

937

Warwickshire

5

3

1

938

West Sussex

3

2

1

Total

608

500

376


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