Welcome to the Business Studies & Economics Department

Business Studies is an excellent basis for students to develop their understanding of the world of work. This knowledge can be a useful tool in whatever field of study or employment students wish to pursue.


Extra Curricular

Students studying Business are able to take part in many extra curricular activities. Below is an outline of some of the events that we run.

  • Year 13 A-Level Business international trip to Munich
  • Year 13 A-Level Business trip to investigate operations and product design at Jaguar Land Rover
  • Year 12 Business and Economics trip to London
  • Curriculum Enrichment programme to deliver Enterprise education to local primary schools
  • Year 11 Trip to discover how Cadbury’s use the marketing mix
  • Year 10 Trip to discover lean production methods at Jaguar Land Rover
Year 13
Consistent Effort:
Anna Thompson, Amelia Pearson & Beth Smith
Academic progress;
Eva McBride
Most improved performance;
Alysson Berges Vazequez
Year 12
Consistent Effort:
Connie Law & Charlotte Devenport
Academic progress;
Olvia Buxton
Most improved performance;
Millie Kennedy & Jess Bryan
Year 11
Consistent Effort:
Olivia Roberts, Leah Bruce, Ellie Tyrrell & Scarlet Fairhurst
Academic progress;
Dylan Freeman, Joshua Hulme, Annie Mitchell & Finn Manning
Most improved performance;
Keely Houghton, Isobel Ford, Halle Brown, Ella Maxton & Issy Axton
Year 10
Consistent Effort:
Lucy Pegg, Joshua Crews & Ben Campbell
Academic progress;
Sanaria Fathulla, Shayeen Ahmed & Aman Rossi
Most improved performance;
Jonny Routley
Year 13
Consistent Effort:
Lauren McNeil
Academic progress;
Noah Seaborn & Nat Costigan
Most improved performance;
Alysson Berges Vazquez & Callum Broadhurst
Year 12
Consistent Effort:
Josie Elliot
Academic progress;
Cem Gerbuz
Most improved performance;
Lydia Palmer


Raffle Ticket winners:
Joshua Ireland, Raff Jenson, Olivia Chiltern & Alfie Busby

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