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The number of pupils in Key Stage 1 classes of more than 30 and 35 pupils in each region of England relating to the academic year beginni
The number and percentage of pupils in English state-funded schools who were entered for a foreign language GCSE in the 2014/15 academic
The figure to which I referred on 4 July was derived from a survey by the Confederation of British Industry’s Education and Skills Survey
The number of pupils in key stage one classes of more than 30 pupils for each of the years and locations requested is given below, along
Responsibility for providing a suitable full-time education for children of compulsory school age who are educated at home rests with the
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The Department does not collect data on the number of left-handed pupils in primary and secondary schools.
We are monitoring recruitment at a regional level in all subjects to ensure that the regional balance of initial teacher training (ITT) p
The Department has not made an assessment of the effects of family evictions on student numbers at individual schools.
The proportion of teachers leaving the profession has remained at around 10% a year since 1996.