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National Curriculum Tests: Leeds

Volume 507: debated on Monday 15 March 2010

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) how many 11- year-olds in schools in Leeds North West constituency attained level four or above in Key Stage 2 in (a) 1997 and (b) 2009; (319509)

(2) how many 14-year-olds in schools in Leeds North West constituency obtained level five or above in Key Stage 3 in (a) 1997 and (b) 2009.

The information requested is given in the following tables:

Key Stage 2 results of 11 year-old pupils1 attending schools in the Leeds North West constituency

Number of pupils eligible

Number of pupils gaining level 4 and above

Percentage of pupils gaining level 4 and above

1997

20092

1997

20092

1997

20092

Leeds North West

English

847

611

633

530

75

87

Maths

847

611

588

506

69

83

Science

847

611

661

558

78

91

1 Includes pupils attending all maintained schools (including Academies and City Technology Colleges)

2 Revised data.

Source:

School and College Achievement and Attainment Tables

Key Stage 3 results of 14 year-old pupils1 attending schools in the Leeds North West constituency

Number of pupils eligible

Number of pupils gaining level 5 and above

Percentage of pupils gaining level 5 and above

1997

20082

1997

20082

1997

20082

Leeds North West

English

810

883

480

711

59

81

Maths

818

883

553

740

68

84

Science

814

881

537

676

66

77

1 Includes pupils attending all maintained schools (including Academies and City Technology Colleges).

2 Key Stage 3 Tests were discontinued after 2008. From 2009 National Curriculum Assessment at Key Stage 3 is based on Teacher Assessments.

Source:

School and College Achievement and Attainment Tables and National Pupil Database