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Pupils entering EBacc at end of key stage 4 in 2021 - by subject group Open help text for Entering EBacc opens a popup
|Pupils entering EBacc at end of key stage 4 in 2021 - by subject group Open help text for Entering EBacc opens a popup|
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|Langley School||Type of school Academy||Number of pupils at end of key stage 4 199||All 5 subjects 59%||English 100%||Maths 99%||Science 99%||Humanities 93%||Languages 59%|
|England - state-funded schools||575604||39%||96%||97%||96%||82%||45%|
|England - all schools||638548||36%||89%||91%||90%||78%||44%|
A pupil is considered to have entered for the English Baccalaureate if they entered for qualifications in English, maths, sciences, a language and either history or geography. The English Baccalaureate opens in a new window (EBacc) is not a test or qualification; it is a measure used to provide information about a particular range of qualifications.
University technical colleges, studio schools and some further education colleges with key stage 4 provision provide a specialist technical and professional education. It is not appropriate to expect the same rates of EBacc entry from these types of schools and colleges. They should decide on a case-by-case basis whether their specialist curriculum is compatible with the full EBacc.
R = Reception
National curriculum - further information on key stages and assessments taken.
- Academy - government funded but run by an academy trust rather than a local authority.
- College - colleges generally are focused on the 16 to 18 phase of education and provide vocational as well as academic courses. Some colleges also provide for full-time study at key stage 4.
- Independent school - privately funded.
- Maintained school - government funded and run by a local authority.
- Special school - schools that specialise in educating pupils with special educational needs.
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