Institute of Fiscal Studies – … those who attend grammar schools do, on average, somewhat better than similar children in the comprehensive system. On the other hand, those in selective areas […]
Information about the curriculum and qualifications in the four countries of the United Kingdom
- Secondary school performance tables in England: 2018 (provisional)
- Secondary accountability measures (including Progress 8 and Attainment 8) – updated 16 October 2018
- Key stage 3 and 4 exam marking, qualifications and results
- National School Categorisation System – Wales
- Curriculum in Wales
- Northern Ireland Curriculum
- The curriculum in Scotland
- Secondary school accountability – England
- National Curriculum – England
DfE – The achievements of pupils at key stage 4, and how they compare with other schools in their local authority area and in England.
DfE – Provisional statistics on the achievements of young people at the end of key stage 4 in England, in the 2017 to 2018 academic year.
DfE – Provisional information on A level and other results for 16- to 18-year-olds at the end of their final year.
DfE – Statistics on key stage 4 results, including GCSEs.
DfE – Statistics on the attainment of 16- to 19-year-olds in England, including exam results and performance tables.
DfE – Research into the academic progress of young people in year 11.
DfE – T Levels are due to be introduced from the academic year 2020 to 2021. Find out what they are and what they mean for you.
DfE – Winning bidders to have exclusive rights to deliver first T Levels from 2020.
DfE – Pupils across the country celebrate success in new gold-standard GCSE qualifications. TES – GCSE results: Top grades up for first time in seven years. BBC News – GCSE results rise despite […]
BBC News – A-level students have been awarded the highest proportion of As and A*s since 2012, amid changes toughening the exams in England. DfE – Next generation of young people gaining […]
BBC News – There has been a further improvement in Welsh students’ performance at the top grades at A level.
BBC News – More boys than girls have achieved the top A-Level grade in Northern Ireland for the first time.
The Sunday Times – Exam results are to be downgraded as a measure of school quality as the chief inspector moves to stamp out a culture of cramming children for tests.
The Guardian – The chief qualifications regulator in England, Sally Collier, said that year’s A-level and GCSE students would not be suffer from being the first to take the new, tougher, […]