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Michael Gove: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many students resident in (a) Knowsley, (b) Sandwell, (c) Lambeth and (d) England achieved (i) five GCSEs at grades A* to C including English and mathematics, excluding equivalents, (ii) at least one grade C at GCSE, excluding equivalents and (iii) three A grades at A-level (A) in 1997 and (B) in the most recent year for which figures are available. 
|GCSE achievements of students( 1) resident in Knowsley, Sandwell and Lambeth local authorities( 2) and England( 3) at the end of key stage 4( 4) , 2004/05 and 2008/09|
|Total number of students||Percentage who achieved five or more GCSEs including English and mathematics at grade A* - C excluding equivalents||Percentage who achieved at least one GCSE pass at grade C or above excluding equivalents|
|(1) Students attending maintained schools only including City Technology colleges and academies.|
(2) Excludes students whose area of residency is unknown due to missing or invalid postcode information.
(3) England figure includes students known to be resident in England or with a missing or invalid postcode.
(4) Based on students at the end of key stage 4 in the relevant academic year.
National Pupil Database (2004/05 final data, 2008/09 amended data)
|A Level achievements of students( 1, 2) resident in Knowsley, Sandwel l and Lambeth local authorities( 3) and England( 4) , 2005/06 and 2008/09|
|Total number of students||Percentage who achieved three A grades at A Level( 5)|
|(1) 16-18 year old candidates entered for GCE/Applied GCE A Levels and Double Awards in 2008/09 and GCE/VCE A Level and VCE Double Awards in 2005/06.|
(2) Students attending maintained schools only including City Technology colleges and academies.
(3) Excludes students whose area of residency is unknown due to missing or invalid postcode information.
(4) England figure includes students known to be resident in England or with a missing or invalid postcode.
(5) Includes GCE/Applied GCE A Level and Double Awards in 2008/09 and GCEA/CE A Level and VCE Double Awards in 2005/06.
National Pupil Database (2005/06 final data, 2008/09 amended data)
Hazel Blears: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) what percentage of children in Salford schools obtained five GCSEs at grades A* to C in (a) 1997 and (b) 2009; 
Hazel Blears: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what percentage of pupils in Salford obtained five A* to C grades at GCSE including English and mathematics in (a) 1997 and (b) 2009. 
Jon Trickett: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families if he will set out, with statistical information related as directly as possible to Hemsworth constituency, the effects on Hemsworth of his Department's policies and actions since 2000. 
Mr. Coaker: Since 2000 the Government have transformed education and child care with improved outcomes for children and young people. Figures showing the performance at Key Stage 2 and at GCSE and equivalents in Hemsworth are given in the following tables:
|Key Stage 2 results of 11-year-old pupils attending schools in the Hemsworth constituency|
|Percentage of pupils gaining Level 4 and above( 1)||2000||2009( 2)||Percentage point improvement 2000-09|
|(1) Includes pupils attending all maintained schools including Academies and City Technology Colleges.|
(2) Revised data.
School and College Achievement and Attainment Tables.
|GCSE and equivalents( 1) results for pupils( 2) attending schools( 3 ) in the Hemsworth constituency|
|Percentage of pupils gaining||2000||2009( 4)||Percentage point improvement 2000-09|
|(1) From 2004 results incorporate GCSEs, GNVQs and a range of other qualifications approved pre-16. Prior to 2004 results are based on GCSEs and GNVQs only.|
(2) From 2006 figures are for pupils at the end of Key Stage 4. Prior to 2006 results are based on pupils aged 15.
(3) Includes pupils attending all maintained schools (including academies and city technology colleges) and from 2000 does not include pupils recently arrived from overseas.
(4) Revised data.
(5) England figures also include independent schools as well as hospital schools and PRUs.
School and College Achievement and Attainment Tables
Information available at constituency level includes the number of specialist schools, number of operational academies, number of teaching assistants and other support staff, number of teachers and pupil:teacher ratios. Where information is not available at constituency level it has been provided at local authority level including the number of free early education places taken up by three and four-year-olds, number full-time and part-time entrants to higher education institutions aged 18 to 20, average A-level point score per candidate and per entry together with percentage of people of working age qualified to at least Level 2 and percentage of people of working age qualified to Level 4 and above.
Mr. Godsiff: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many children resident in the Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath constituency have been diagnosed with a learning disability in each year since 2003. 
Information about pupils' type of Special Educational Need was first collected in the School
Census in 2004. Of the 12 types of need identified four specifically mention learning difficulties and are listed in the following table.
|Number of resident pupils( 1,2) with l earning d ifficulties|
|Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath|
|(1) Information on primary need is only collected for pupils at School Action Plus and those with a statement of SEN.|
(2) Figures are rounded to the nearest 10.
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