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Economics at Teddington School

Course description

Should we be spending money on hospitals or the armed forces? How should we reduce the level of UK debt? Should the wealthy be paying higher taxes? Why do footballers earn up to £200,000 per week and qualified nurses only £25,000 per year? Should we adopt minimum pricing on alcohol? How can we reduce traffic congestion? How will the continued growth of China and India affect UK citizens? Economics touches every aspect of people’s daily lives. It is continually discussed in the newspapers and on television. If these type of questions intrigue you then A level Economics awaits.

 

Course content

Year 1 - AS Level Economics (Year 12)

  • Introduction to Markets, Market Failure Nature of Economics, How a Market Works, Market Failure, Government Intervention, The UK Economy Performance and Policies Measures of Economic Performance, Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, National Income, Economic Growth, Macroeconomic Objectives and Policies

Year 2 - A Level Economics (Year 13)

  • Business Behaviour and the Labour Market, A Global Perspective

Entry requirements

Please click on the link below to find entry requirements:

http://www.teddingtonschool.org/sixth-form-A-level-Entry-Requirements

Future opportunities

Progression Routes

A qualification in Economics will allow progression to university to study for an Economics degree or combine with another subject for example Finance, Accounting, Management Law and Sociology. 

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 24 September 2018
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: Two Years

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    • Our core purpose of our Sixth Form at Teddington is to focus on the individual student from the moment you join us and to ensure you realise your unique potential academically, physically and socially through dedicated, innovative and enthusiastic teaching and learning. We expect you to learn to take responsibility for your own learning and to demonstrate a committed and conscientious approach to your studies to enable you to carve and secure your future pathway.

      We believe that both excellence and progress should be equally celebrated. We believe we can achieve and aspire to greater things. We will accomplish this through the sharpening of our academic skills and social awareness which will allow us to adapt to an ever-changing society and become responsible citizens of tomorrow.

      Please take the time to invest in your future success by looking at the extensive range of courses and activities we have to offer and we look forward to discussing your future in our community sixth form.