GCSE Economics [OCR]
This course enables students to:
- develop an understanding of economic concepts and apply these concepts to real-life situations
- interpret and evaluate economic data in order to make reasoned arguments and informed judgements
- develop an awareness of economic change and its impact on developing and developed economies
- understand economic issues, problems and possible solutions that affect mixed economies
- participate effectively in society as citizens, producers and consumers.
Economics A level [ Edexcel]
Economics is often referred to as a ‘real world’ subject. The study of the subject helps to explain current affairs and much of what can be seen in the news. We discuss topics as wide and varied as: why the price of fuel is falling; what explains unemployment; the significance of globalisation; the growth of China; the impact of BREXIT and how the government make decisions about taxation and spending each year. After studying this course students will realise the impact this subject has on day-to-day lives and have a better understanding of what is heard and seen in the media.
A level Economics is a linear course and is divided into the following themes:
Theme 1: Microeconomic theory – markets and market failure
Theme 2: Macroeconomics – how the economy works
Theme 3: Business Economics
Theme 4: International Economics
Business A level [Edexcel]
Business is a dynamic subject. Students learn about the diverse nature of business enterprise and the interdependence of the various parts of the business world. We explore business success and business failure, investigate local, national and global business markets, and understand how businesses need to adapt and respond strategically to the changing environment in which they operate to survive and grow. This constant evolutionary process makes business a fascinating subject.
A Level Business is a linear and is divided into the following themes:
Theme 1: Marketing and People
Theme 2: Managing business activities
Theme 3: Business decisions and strategy
Theme 4: Global business