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Physics in different settings

Non-selective schools don't seem to do as well at persuading students to do physics as independent or selective schools. Click here to go to an interactive version.

Contributed by Daniel Sandford Smith, Gatsby Foundation

GCSE science subject entries

There have been many changes in GCSE science subjects, but apparently to little overall effect. Click here to go to an interactive version.

Contributed by Daniel Sandford Smith, Gatsby Foundation

GCSE Physics attainment

Greater numbers of GCSE Physics entries at a school do not seem to correlate with lower attainment. Click here to go to an interactive version.

Contributed by Charles Tracy, IOP

GCSE Physics entries

At a school level, the number of GCSE Physics entries shows periodicity, perhaps caused by creation of sets. Click here to go to an interactive version.

Contributed by Charles Tracy, IOP

Design & Technology and Information Technology

Entry rates in GCSE D&T have been declining, but IT has been resurgent in recent years. Click here to go to an interactive version.

Contributed by Timo Hannay, SchoolDash

Progression in Physics from Key Stage 4 to 16-18

Physics shows more attrition than Chemistry and (especially) Biology when students move from Key Stage 4 to 16-18 study. Looking separately at the sexes suggests that this effect is overwhelmingly caused by girls' subject choices. Click here to go to an interactive version.

Contributed by Timo Hannay, SchoolDash

Relationship between GCSE Maths attainment and poverty

At the level of individual schools, there is a clear negative correlation between GCSE Maths attainment and eligibility for free school meals, though London schools tend to do better than those elsewhere. Click here to go to an interactive version.

Contributed by Timo Hannay, SchoolDash