Here are the trends in German GCSE grades in 2019.
The data shows a rise in the top grades for GCSE German this year, with the grade 5 being the only pass grade to show a decline. Grade 4 has shown the sharpest increase, rising from 17.5 per cent of grades last year to 18.2 per cent this year. The very top grade – grade 9 – has also risen from 4.6 per cent to 4.8 per cent.
After a rise last year, entries in the subject have once more declined, from 42,509 to 41,222 this year.
The data for the results is based only on 16-year-olds in England. The entries data is England all ages.
For other subjects, visit our main subject tables page.
For more of our GCSE results coverage, we have six interesting things we’ve learnt from results day, a rise in top grades including grade 9s, what the latest data shows about the gender gap and concerns over a drop in non-Ebacc subjects.