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GCSE: History

Education written question – answered on 20th July 2011.

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Photo of Chris Skidmore Chris Skidmore Conservative, Kingswood

To ask the Secretary of State for Education how many mainstream comprehensive schools entered (a) no pupils, (b) fewer than 5% of pupils, (c) fewer than 10% of pupils and (d) fewer than 25% of pupils for GCSE history examinations in 2010. [This section has been corrected on 15 September 2011, column 11MC — read correction]

Photo of Nick Gibb Nick Gibb Minister of State (Education)

2,734 schools have been identified as being mainstream comprehensive.

All of these schools entered pupils for GCSE history

17 had fewer than 5% of pupils entered for GCSE history

139 had fewer than 10% entered for GCSE history

1,031 schools had fewer than 25% of pupils entered for GCSE history in 2010.

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