How did secondary schools do in 2017?

Maps 1 and 2: Percentage of pupils gaining standard / strong passes in both English and Maths (2017)
Maps 3 and 4: Average percentage of pupils gaining 5 good GCSEs / average Attainment 8 Score (2017)
Maps 5 and 6: Average Progress 8 Scores by local authority / parliamentary constituency (2017)
Figure 1: Average Attainment 8 and Progress 8 Scores by school type (2017)
Notes: School deprivation figures based on pupils' eligibility for free school meals, with bands defined by the DfE. Local deprivation figures based on the mean IDACI of postcodes within a 4km radius of each school, with schools then divided into three roughly equally sized groups. Small schools have fewer than 700 pupils, large ones have more than 1,200. A small proportion of low attainers means less than 12% and a high proportion means more than 18% in 2016 (data for 2017 is not yet available). Urban, suburban and rural groups use ONS rural-urban categories applied to school postcodes.
Sources: Department for Education; Department for Communities and Local Government; Office for National Statistics; SchoolDash analysis.
Maps 7 and 8: Percentage of all pupils / disadvantaged pupils going into education or employment (2017)
 

SEEdash: A new view of education

Figure 1: Average GCSE attainment points per entry for different ethnic groups
Figure 2: Numbers of exam entries in GCSE Design and Technology
Figure 3: Numbers of exam entries among girls (2016)
Figure 4: GCSE Maths attainment and proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals (2016)
Figure 5: Numbers of exam entries in 16-18 education by subject category (2016)
Figure 6: Percentage of cohort taking GCSE Physics (2016)
Figure 7: Percentage of cohort taking GCSE Core Science (2016)

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