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'KS4 local authority data' from 'Key stage 4 performance'

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Percentage of pupils achieving grades 4 or above in English and Mathematics GCSEs for 'KS4 local authority data' in Barking and Dagenham, Barnet, Barnsley, Bath and North East Somerset, Bedford and 146 other locations for 2018/19
2018/19
England64.9%
North EastCounty Durham60.2%
Darlington66.3%
Gateshead64.0%
Hartlepool60.0%
Middlesbrough56.3%
Newcastle upon Tyne57.9%
North Tyneside64.1%
Northumberland65.1%
Redcar and Cleveland62.8%
South Tyneside56.8%
Stockton-on-Tees67.5%
Sunderland58.6%
North WestBlackburn with Darwen65.9%
Blackpool47.8%
Bolton62.4%
Bury62.0%
Cheshire East71.0%
Cheshire West and Chester65.4%
Cumbria63.9%
Halton56.8%
Knowsley40.8%
Lancashire65.7%
Liverpool57.4%
Manchester56.2%
Oldham56.9%
Rochdale56.8%
Salford52.3%
Sefton60.5%
St. Helens60.8%
Stockport66.4%
Tameside63.0%
Trafford80.1%
Warrington71.7%
Wigan63.8%
Wirral65.5%
Yorkshire and The HumberBarnsley62.5%
Bradford54.7%
Calderdale68.0%
Doncaster62.1%
East Riding of Yorkshire66.6%
Kingston upon Hull, City of56.1%
Kirklees63.4%
Leeds62.1%
North East Lincolnshire57.5%
North Lincolnshire65.1%
North Yorkshire69.0%
Rotherham59.1%
Sheffield59.5%
Wakefield66.7%
York73.9%
East MidlandsDerby59.3%
Derbyshire65.4%
Leicester55.1%
Leicestershire66.8%
Lincolnshire64.8%
Northamptonshire63.6%
Nottingham53.3%
Nottinghamshire67.6%
Rutland77.1%
West MidlandsBirmingham61.9%
Coventry59.4%
Dudley60.2%
Herefordshire, County of62.4%
Sandwell54.4%
Shropshire67.0%
Solihull68.5%
Staffordshire61.2%
Stoke-on-Trent58.8%
Telford and Wrekin60.2%
Walsall58.0%
Warwickshire70.9%
Wolverhampton57.6%
Worcestershire65.7%
East of EnglandBedford59.5%
Cambridgeshire67.9%
Central Bedfordshire63.9%
Essex63.9%
Hertfordshire72.6%
Luton59.3%
Norfolk63.0%
Peterborough55.3%
Southend-on-Sea73.5%
Suffolk61.9%
Thurrock61.0%
South EastBracknell Forest66.3%
Brighton and Hove68.8%
Buckinghamshire75.5%
East Sussex63.7%
Hampshire68.4%
Isle of Wight58.5%
Kent65.6%
Medway65.2%
Milton Keynes61.5%
Oxfordshire66.2%
Portsmouth56.0%
Reading63.4%
Slough72.6%
Southampton57.8%
Surrey72.9%
West Berkshire67.9%
West Sussex66.2%
Windsor and Maidenhead71.7%
Wokingham73.1%
South WestBath and North East Somerset69.9%
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole70.5%
Bristol, City of59.7%
Cornwall63.0%
Devon64.9%
Dorset66.7%
Gloucestershire68.5%
Isles of Scilly78.6%
North Somerset66.6%
Plymouth56.7%
Somerset62.2%
South Gloucestershire62.4%
Swindon62.9%
Torbay65.0%
Wiltshire68.3%
Inner LondonCamden67.7%
Hackney69.4%
Hammersmith and Fulham73.8%
Haringey62.5%
Islington63.5%
Kensington and Chelsea75.5%
Lambeth58.5%
Lewisham58.1%
Newham66.6%
Southwark66.3%
Tower Hamlets67.9%
Wandsworth69.4%
Westminster75.2%
Outer LondonBarking and Dagenham61.9%
Barnet78.8%
Bexley68.4%
Brent69.1%
Bromley72.0%
Croydon61.2%
Ealing72.0%
Enfield62.3%
Greenwich62.3%
Harrow70.1%
Havering69.8%
Hillingdon68.0%
Hounslow68.6%
Kingston upon Thames78.4%
Merton68.8%
Redbridge76.5%
Richmond upon Thames76.6%
Sutton79.7%
Waltham Forest64.1%

Footnotes for undefined

  1. All state-funded schools include local authority maintained mainstream schools, academies, free schools, city technology colleges, further education colleges with provision for 14 to 16 year-olds and state-funded special schools. They exclude 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.
  2. Some zero percentages may represent small numbers due to rounding.
  3. z = When an observation is not applicable
  4. : = When data is unavailable for other reasons
  5. c = a cell that has been suppressed due to low number of pupils. Suppression was applied where deemed necessary for all data up to 2018/19. For 2019/20, DfE suppression policy changed. For 2020 and 2021 results where a geographical area contains only one school (for example Isles of Scilly) the data for that area has been suppressed. This is in line with the announcement that school level data would not be published using either summer 2020 or summer 2021 exam grades awarded.
  6. In 2020 and 2021, all GCSEs in England have been reformed and use the new 9 to 1 grading system (rather than A*-G). Year on year comparisons will be limited until these qualifications are consistently included from 2020 onwards. However, results for 2020 and 2021 are not comparable with earlier years due to the cancellation of exams (due to COVID-19) and the changes to the way GCSE grades were awarded.
  7. Local authority, region and the total (state-funded sector) figures cover achievements in state-funded schools only. They do not include pupils recently arrived from overseas and so will not match with state-funded figures in the national tables. 'England' includes all pupils from 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.
  8. City of London does not have any state funded secondary schools, therefore there are no entries present in the data for this local authority.
  9. In 2019, two new local authorities were created from a merger of others. Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole was created on 1 April 2019 from areas that were previously administered by the unitary authorities of Bournemouth and Poole, and the district of Christchurch. Dorset was created on 1 April 2019 from the districts of Weymouth and Portland, West Dorset, North Dorset, Purbeck and East Dorset. 2019 data is not comparable to previous years.
  10. In 2021, two new local authorities were introduced (North Northamptonshire and West Northamptonshire) which replaced Northamptonshire.

Source: Key stage 4 performance, KS4 local authority data

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