Our Business curriculum is designed to continuously equip students with a range of enterprise skills and entrepreneurial knowledge so that they are able to evaluate the potential impact of these on business success and failure. We believe in creating time to apply subject specific knowledge, skills and concepts to a wide variety of different Business contexts. It is within this critical area that students develop their spiritual, moral, social and cultural responsibility and their ethical understanding.
It is essential to support student development in financial capability within both personal and business finance circumstances. This enables students to embark on applying their prior mathematical ability to solve given monetary problems. Students need to gain an understanding of how economic and political factors affect the real world around us. We want to develop economically active citizens to have the confidence to make positive decisions.
A key purpose of our curriculum is to allow students to become workplace ready by developing their marketing awareness. An ability to plan and perform market research for a variety of target audiences to meet customer needs and understand competitive behaviour will be advantageous to students in the careers marketplace. Our Business curriculum provides opportunities for students to immerse themselves in developing their employability skills, ready to inform and guide their future career choices.
The links below take you to the 39 Week Plans for our Key Stage Four and Five courses:
- Year 10 Business BTEC 39 Week Plan
- Year 11 Business BTEC 39 Week Plan
- Year 10 Business GCSE 39 Week Plan
- Year 11 Business GCSE 39 Week Plan
- Year 12 Business BTEC 39 Week Plan
- Year 13 Business BTEC 39 Week Plan
- Year 12 Business A Level 39 week Plan
- Year 13 Business A Level 39 Week Plan