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  1. Step 1 Choose a publication

    Key stage 4 performance
  2. Step 2 Select a data set or featured table

    Data set
    KS4 subject timeseries data
  3. Step 3 Choose Countries

    • England
  4. Step 4 Choose time period

    Time period
    2009/10 to 2021/22
  5. Step 5 Choose your filters

    • The number of pupils entering each exam
    • Total
    The grade achieved
    • 91AstarG
    The subject pupils are entered for
    • All Subjects
    • Arabic
    • Chinese
    • French
    • German
  6. Step 6 (current) Explore data

    This data is not from the latest release
    View latest data: Academic year 2022/23
    The number of pupils entering each exam for 'KS4 subject timeseries data' for 91AstarG, All Subjects, Arabic, Chinese, French and 6 other filters in England between 2009/10 and 2021/22
    The number of pupils entering each exam
    All Subjects4,692,6874,510,9954,427,6684,585,6964,656,2874,612,5724,588,8144,790,6634,302,1174,332,8524,452,7924,532,5334,583,626
    Other Modern Languages9,1458,7748,8929,32110,35410,52910,70710,59310,6988,0386,5617,3699,229


    1. In 2017, new reformed GCSEs (which use the 9-1 grade scale) were introduced into secondary school performance tables in a phased approach. Unreformed subjects continued to be graded using the A* to G system. Information on how the 9 to 1 scale and the A* to G scale are different and not directly comparable is available in the secondary accountability measures guidance. From 2020 onwards all GCSEs are now reformed and use the 9-1 grading scale.
    2. All schools include state-funded schools, independent schools, independent special schools, non-maintained special schools, hospital schools, pupil referral units and alternative provision. Alternative provision includes academy and free school alternative provision. Since September 2013, general further education colleges and sixth-form colleges have been able to directly enrol 14 to 16 year-olds. 2014/15 was the first year in which colleges have pupils at the end of key stage 4. From 2016 onwards, entries and achievements for these pupils are included in figures as state-funded schools.

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