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National Curriculum Tests: Sheffield
25 March 2010
Volume 508
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To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) how many and what proportion of 11-year-olds achieved Level 4 at Key Stage 2 in (a) English, (b) mathematics and (c) English and mathematics in each Sheffield constituency in each year since 1998; [323757]

(2) how many schools in each Sheffield constituency there were in which fewer than 30 per cent. of pupils achieved five or more GCSEs at grades A*-C including English and mathematics in each year since 1998;

(3) how many and what proportion of pupils achieved five or more GCSEs at grades A*-C in each Sheffield constituency in each year since 1998.

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The available information for PQ 323757 is in table one. Information on the number of pupils achieving level 4 or above at Key Stage 2 in English and mathematics combined is not available before the 2003/04 academic year.

The available information for PQ 323758 and the requested information for PQ 323759 is in tables two and three. The academic year 2004/05 was the first year in which the Department published school level data on the percentage of schools achieving five or more A*-C grades at GCSE or equivalent including English and maths GCSEs.

Table 1: The number and proportion of pupils1 in maintained schools2 in each Sheffield constituency3 achieving level 4 or above in Key Stage 2,1998 to 2009

Number of pupils achieving level 4 in English

Proportion of pupils achieving level 4 in English

Number of pupils achieving level 4 in mathematics

Proportion of pupils achieving level 4 in mathematics

Number of pupils achieving level 4 in English and mathematics

Proportion of pupils achieving level 4 in English and mathematics

1998

Sheffield, Attercliffe

592

55

559

51

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Brightside

457

42

435

40

n/a

n/a

Sheffield Central

468

47

434

44

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hallam

640

80

621

78

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Heeley

504

57

472

54

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hillsborough

717

66

647

60

n/a

n/a

1999

Sheffield, Attercliffe

726

63

742

64

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Brightside

544

53

567

55

n/a

n/a

Sheffield Central

544

53

557

55

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hallam

672

84

683

86

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Heeley

623

61

660

64

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hillsborough

783

72

786

72

n/a

n/a

2000

Sheffield, Attercliffe

743

69

696

65

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Brightside

604

57

585

55

n/a

n/a

Sheffield Central

566

58

526

54

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hallam

740

87

722

85

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Heeley

643

69

611

65

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hillsborough

824

75

821

74

n/a

n/a

2001

Sheffield, Attercliffe

728

67

680

63

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Brightside

574

54

511

48

n/a

n/a

Sheffield Central

566

57

590

60

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hallam

685

85

666

83

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Heeley

615

65

578

61

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hillsborough

871

78

833

75

n/a

n/a

2002

Sheffield, Attercliffe

834

71

852

73

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Brightside

584

55

596

56

n/a

n/a

Sheffield Central

564

56

599

60

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hallam

745

87

734

85

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Heeley

677

67

673

66

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hillsborough

860

74

873

75

n/a

n/a

2003

Sheffield, Attercliffe

847

71

832

69

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Brightside

578

54

556

52

n/a

n/a

Sheffield Central

563

60

565

61

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hallam

702

85

697

85

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Heeley

670

69

657

68

n/a

n/a

Sheffield, Hillsborough

911

78

829

71

n/a

n/a

2004

Sheffield, Attercliffe

899

75

821

69

758

64

Sheffield, Brightside

586

57

572

56

469

46

Sheffield Central

611

63

592

61

510

52

Sheffield, Hallam

748

88

711

84

682

80

Sheffield, Heeley

620

67

600

65

529

57

Sheffield, Hillsborough

903

80

870

77

794

71

2005

Sheffield, Attercliffe

876

74

822

70

767

65

Sheffield, Brightside

606

61

569

57

493

50

Sheffield Central

618

64

597

62

510

53

Sheffield, Hallam

728

88

684

83

659

80

Sheffield, Heeley

639

69

614

66

545

59

Sheffield, Hillsborough

886

82

826

77

779

72

2006

Sheffield, Attercliffe

878

75

828

71

754

65

Sheffield, Brightside

576

57

559

55

465

46

Sheffield Central

602

65

579

62

507

54

Sheffield, Hallam

706

88

689

86

654

81

Sheffield, Heeley

606

70

615

71

544

62

Sheffield, Hillsborough

809

79

784

77

721

70

2007

Sheffield, Attercliffe

871

78

810

72

753

67

Sheffield, Brightside

569

59

559

58

469

49

Sheffield Central

530

62

505

59

435

51

Sheffield, Hallam

713

90

682

86

656

83

Sheffield, Heeley

624

73

600

70

542

63

Sheffield, Hillsborough

851

81

820

78

750

72

2008

Sheffield, Attercliffe

866

77

815

73

748

67

Sheffield, Brightside

603

64

621

66

516

55

Sheffield Central

632

68

619

67

529

57

Sheffield, Hallam

749

91

721

88

701

85

Sheffield, Heeley

644

74

612

70

549

63

Sheffield, Hillsborough

921

85

891

82

843

78

2009

Sheffield, Attercliffe

814

76

789

74

706

66

Sheffield, Brightside

549

62

579

65

481

54

Sheffield Central

634

70

651

72

557

61

Sheffield, Hallam

737

88

710

85

690

82

Sheffield, Heeley

636

73

661

76

591

68

Sheffield, Hillsborough

901

84

871

82

821

77

n/a = Not available.

1 Pupils eligible for English, mathematics or science.

2 All maintained schools (including City Technology Colleges and Academies).

3 Parliamentary Constituency figures do not include pupils recently arrived from overseas.

Source:

National Pupil Database and Achievement and Attainment Tables (final data)

Table 2: The number of maintained mainstream schools1 in each Sheffield constituency in which less than 30 per cent of pupils2 obtained five or more GCSEs or equivalent at grades A*-C including English and maths GCSEs, 2004/05 to 2008/09

2004/05

2005/06

2006/07

2007/08

2008/09

Sheffield, Attercliffe

2

1

1

1

0

Sheffield, Brightside

5

5

5

5

3

Sheffield Central

1

0

1

1

1

Sheffield, Hallam

0

1

1

1

1

Sheffield, Heeley

2

1

1

1

1

Sheffield, Hillsborough

1

0

1

0

0

1 Including only those open maintained mainstream schools with results published in the relevant years Achievement and attainment tables and with more than ten pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 on roll.

2 Pupils at the end of Key Stage 4.

Source:

Achievement and Attainment Tables (2004/05 - 2007/08 final data, 2008/09 revised data)

Table 3: The number and proportion of pupils at the end of Key Stage 4 in maintained schools1 in each Sheffield constituency2 achieving five or more GCSEs or equivalent3 at grades A*-C, 1997/98 - 2008/094

Sheffield, Attercliffe

Sheffield, Brightside

Sheffield Central

Sheffield, Hallam

Sheffield, Heeley

Sheffield, Hillsborough

1997/98

Number of pupils

264

127

32

784

335

340

Proportion of pupils

34.3

16.2

11.2

59.1

38.2

37.8

1998/99

Number of pupils

284

110

25

746

350

349

Proportion of pupils

36.0

13.9

8.9

56.3

38.4

40.5

1999/2000

Number of pupils

281

165

42

848

367

408

Proportion of pupils

34.9

19.5

15.7

59.8

41.6

44.4

2000/01

Number of pupils

321

179

52

830

384

433

Proportion of pupils

38.8

21.1

18.7

59.7

40.5

46.1

2001/02

Number of pupils

310

211

71

854

387

463

Proportion of pupils

35.7

23.5

22.3

59.5

40.1

44.1

2002/03

Number of pupils

345

249

82

912

378

466

Proportion of pupils

38.0

26.8

24.2

64.6

38.9

44.0

2003/04

Number of pupils

406

268

97

909

428

496

Proportion of pupils

40.5

28.8

28.0

63.5

41.6

46.5

2004/05

Number of pupils

395

290

109

974

380

532

Proportion of pupils

40.3

31.5

31.7

68.3

39.0

49.2

2005/06

Number of pupils

415

311

114

961

429

560

Proportion of pupils

43.5

32.1

32.9

67.5

42.7

52.9

2006/07

Number of pupils

481

385

151

989

499

588

Proportion of pupils

49.0

38.9

41.4

67.2

48.3

55.6

2007/08

Number of pupils

566

443

165

989

531

677

Proportion of pupils

56.5

44.8

46.7

68.7

53.5

61.9

2008/09

Number of pupils

677

531

198

1043

615

678

Proportion of pupils

68.1

56.2

55.2

72.9

62.7

65.8

1 All maintained schools (including City Technology Colleges and Academies).

2 Parliamentary constituency figures do not include pupils recently arrived from overseas.

3 From 1997/98 includes GNVQ equivalences and from 2003/04 other equivalences approved for use pre-16.

4 Figures for 2004/05 onwards are based on pupils at the end of Key Stage 4. Data for previous years are based on pupils aged 15 years old at the start of the academic year.

Source:

National Pupil Database and Achievement and Attainment Tables (1997/98 - 2007/08 final data, 2008/09 revised data)