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Table showing attainment of pupils at the end of Key Stage 4, who took GCSE English with WJEC in 2005 and 2010, for the years 2004/05 and 2009/10, for North West Region of England. 11 p.
Table showing how many (a) primary school pupils and (b) secondary school pupils in each local education authority in (i) the east of England and (ii) Greater London did not have English as their first language as at January 2009, 2010 and 2011. 15 p.
Statistical release: applications and offers for entry to secondary schools in England in academic year 2012/2013. 9 p.
Table showing GCE A level examination results of 16-18 year olds in Maintained Schools and Independent schools, broken down by subject and grade, for the years 2006 to 2008. 6 tables.
An Action Plan for Adoption: Tackling Delay. 45 p.
Corporate Author: Department for Education
Letter dated 12/03/2012 from Peter Lauener, Chief Executive, to Stephen Twigg MP regarding local authority central spend equivalent grant. Inc table. 12 p.
Corporate Author: Department for Education, Young People's Learning Agency
Table showing entries and attainment of pupils for GCSE biology, chemistry and physics for selected school types for the years 1996/97 to 2010/11. 3 p.
Improving alternative provision by Charles Taylor, the Government's expert adviser on behaviour. 27 p.
Letter dated 08/03/2012 from Michael Gove, MP to Charlie Taylor, Expert Adviser on Behaviour regarding Review of alternative provision. 2 p.
Table showing how many pupils achieved grade C or above in all three separate science GCSEs in 2011 in each local authority area. 7 p.
Table showing selective secondary and state-funded secondary schools: number (headcount) and proportion of pupils by pupil charasteristics as at January 2011, broken down by local authority in England. 1 p.
Table showing the name is of each publicly-funded boarding school or school with boarding houses; in which local authority each such school is located; how many pupils are on the roll at each school; whether the school is selective; and what proportion of pupils at each school (a) are eligible for free school meals, (b) have special educational needs and (c) are from ethnic minorities. 2 p.
Table showing GCSE results of pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 in schools, broken down by subject (English, mathematics and Core Science) and grade, for the years 2008 - 2011. 1 p.
Tables showing classes a) streamed or banded or setted within the school, for the years 1996/97 to 2010/11. 7 p.
Cultural education in England. 84 p.
Corporate Author: Department for Education, Cultural Education Review, Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Table showing number of pupils eligible for the pupil premium in 2011/12 by a) local authority and b) constituency. 17 p.
Table showing Local Authority expenditure on Youth Work, Connexions and overall provisions for young people, for the years 2008/09 and 2010/11. 12 p.
Table showing overall and unauthorised absence rates and number of persistent absentees in each state-funded secondary school in each London borough for 2005/06, 2007/08 and 2009/10. 25 p.
Table showing how many and what proportion of teachers retired in each local authority in England in the years 2006/07 to 2010/11. 4 p.
Table showing the (a) unique reference number and (b) establishment number was of each school in England that entered candidates for GCSEs in school year 2009-10; what the most recent Ofsted overall rating was of each such school; and how many GCSE results were recorded by each such school through (A) Edexcel, (B) WJEC, (C) OCR and (D) AQA in school year 2009-10. 185 p.
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