|Mr D Bennett – email@example.com||Miss A Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr S Hoare – email@example.com||Mr S Hussain – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mrs A Moody – email@example.com||Mr A Steed – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms A Collins – email@example.com||Mrs S Moussa – firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr B Rosie – email@example.com||Mr J Lee – firstname.lastname@example.org|
The Computing and Business faculty comprises Business, Computer Science, Economics, and Financial Studies.
In Business, students will follow Edexcel A-Level Business and explore how businesses create wealth, prosperity and jobs whilst also considering business behaviour from a variety of perspectives. In Computer Science, students will follow AQA A-Level Computer Science and will develop a technical understanding of computers including problem solving, data representation, hardware and software. In Economics, students will follow OCR A-Level Economics and explore the economic choices individuals, governments and businesses make and the consequences of these on consumers, business sectors, countries, and global markets. In Financial Studies, students will follow The London Institute of Banking and Finance Certificate/Diploma in Financial Studies and will develop an understanding of personal budgeting, bank and building society accounts, and the concept and consequences of foreign exchange.
Members of the Faculty contribute to running after school clubs to help develop Information Technologies skills and confidence as well as helping students to complete projects and coursework.
Schemes of Learning
Each faculty has developed a two-year Scheme of Learning for each subject. The Schemes of Learning outline the curriculum journey that students will embark on during each academic year.
Faculty Assessment and Feedback Policy
Please find a copy of the Faculty Assessment and Feedback policy below. Teachers in the faculty subject areas will follow this policy when assessing students learning and providing feedback.