GCSE and Equivalent Examination Results in England 2005/06 (Revised)

DescriptionThis Statistical First Release updates information published in October 2006 which provided the earliest information on the overall achievements of young people in GCSE and equivalent examinations in 2006, and progress against the Department's national learning targets. The publication contains revised national level analyses by school type, gender and subject and revised Local Authority (LA) level analyses by gender. The information in this SFR is based on that collated for the 2006 Secondary School (GCSE and equivalents) Achievement and Attainment Tables and has now been checked by schools. The Secondary School Achievement and Attainment Tables will be published on 11 January, the day after this SFR.
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Additional informationEXCEL (Tables 1 to 9 showing main indicators for school type and admissions policy. Departmental initiative attainment data.)
Additional informationEXCEL (Tables 10 to 24 showing GCSE achievement by subject and equivalent qualifications and Local Authority level information. Neighbourhood Renewal Fund areas, Indices of Multiple Deprivation bands, degree of rurality and coalfield area types.)
Additional informationEXCEL (Number of pupils attempting each subject and the percentage of pupils achieving grades A*-C and A*-G in those GCSE subjects in maintained schools by Local Authority (each table is in one workbook and when printed takes 12 sides.)
Reference IDSFR01/2007National Statistics
Coverage Country England
Date Released10 January 2007
Main Category Children, Education and Skills
Sub CategoryCurriculum and qualifications (pre-16)    Click on subcategory link to see if there is later information
Studies and Qualifications (post-16)
TypeStatistical First Release
ContactRichard Baker - Attainment Statistics Team  attainment.statistics@education.gsi.gov.uk  tel: 0114 274 2118
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 Publication includes individual Local Authority informationPublication includes individual Local Authority information

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