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Business and Computing

The Faculty of Business and Computing aims to help students fulfil their potential through a wide range of related subjects and to develop future work-related skills. The Faculty offers a range of subjects including Accounting, Business, Computer Science, Economics, ICT and Law.


Did you know?

Accounting was first written about in the 15th Century!  Luca Pacioli (1445-1517) was the Father of Modern Accounting and is famous for saying, “A person should not go to sleep at night until the debits equal the credits!”

 Course information for Years 12 and 13


 Did you know?

Business is not financial science; it’s about trading, buying and selling.  It’s about creating a product or service so good that people will pay for it.

 Course information:

Key Stage 4 Business 

Year 12 A Level Business 

Year 13 A Level Business 

Computer Science

Did you know?

The first computer mouse was invented by Doug Engelbart in around 1964 and was made of wood!

The very first Apple logo featured Sir Isaac Newton sitting underneath a tree, with an apple about to hit his head!

Course information:

Computer Science at Key Stage 4


Did you know?

One of the most influential founders of Economics, Adam Smith, once wrote, “It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion’.  So why are our public services so under resourced?

Course information:

Economics A Level for Year 12 and 13


Did you know?

The average computer user blinks about seven times a minute.  The normal rate is twenty times a minute.

A ‘twillionaire’ is a twitterer with a million or more followers!

Course information:

ICT at Key Stage 4 

ICT for Year 12

ICT for Year 13


Did you know?

Law revolves around asking questions.  Here are some to test your legal awareness:

  • Unpaid, unqualified magistrates can sentence you to 12 months imprisonment.  How can this be?
  • Jurors used an Ouija board in their hotel room to bring back the victim so as to find out the defendant’s guilt.  Should trial by jury be replaced?
  • Thornton sharpened the bread knife and stabbed her abusive husband.  Murder or manslaughter?


Course information:

Law A Level for Year 12 and 13

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