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Solihull School

Solihull School

Economics & Business

STAFF

  • Mrs W. Meigh (Head of Department)
  • Mrs J.L. Mander (Teacher in charge of Business)
  • Mr D. E.J.J. Lloyd
  • Dr S. Sawicki
  • Miss Z. Zhou

FACILITIES

The department teaches in a suite of rooms on the 1st floor of the Cooper Building.  All four classroom have interactive Clevertouch screens. 

CURRICULUM

SIXTH FORM

We follow the AQA specification for both Business and Economics. The two subjects can be studied separately; both provide recognised pathways to undergraduate courses at university and practical application for a wide variety of professions.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

STRETCH & CHALLENGE

We enter students into various regional and national competitions, such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants Business competition, the CIPFA Sixth Form Games, and the IFS Student Investor Share market trading game. We also encourage our students to enter various national essay writing competitions, as well as participating in our Young Enterprise National competition.  The department also run clinics at lunchtime three times a week and offer an extension discussion group called “EconPlus” to allow investigation and discussion beyond the curriculum.

DESTINATIONS

The majority of student who elect to study Economics or Business at A level at Solihull ultimately go on to study a degree in this subject at university. In recent years students have gone on to read pure Economics, Economics combined with either Finance, Management, History or a Business Management degree.  Students have been offered places at a wide variety of universities including many Russell Group universities, as well as Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

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