The aim of the Economics curriculum is to develop students’ understanding of how the local, national and global economy works through analysing economic issues, problems and institutions that affect everyday life.

We do this by providing quality teaching which ensures students understand underlying Economic theory which students apply to a variety of familiar and unfamiliar case studies. We want students to be able to think analytically, reach logical conclusions based on data, and make judgements on future changes to markets and the economy.

Our curriculum in Economics supports the ethos statement of the school. Students are constantly challenged to work collaboratively and think independently when engaging in all lessons and class debates. Through teacher modelling, we encourage our students to demonstrate manners, respect and tolerance in Economics lessons. This allows students to express themselves in a confident manner. Lesson materials are engaging to promote topical discussion and encourage students to develop an enquiring mind.

As a knowledge based curriculum we believe that knowledge underpins and enables the application of skills. Content is delivered to students and then built upon through a variety of practice questions, with regular quality feedback being given to support student progress. The knowledge acquired then allows students to develop their analytical and critical thinking skills.

Please click on the link below to see our Programme of Study for Economics:

Economics Curriculum Overview

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