Business Economics & Computing

A welcome from the Head of Faculty, Jonathan Scourfield

The Business, Economics and Computing faculty was formed in 2003. We deliver computing and digital literacy at Key Stage 3, Business, ICT and computing at GCSE, and at A Level, Business, Economics, ICT and Computing. Results across all areas are consistently strong and a record number of students are choosing our courses. For September 2016 we are introducing Computing at A level. Computing is a growing area of our curriculum and we are fortunate to have staff with specialisms in this area.

I believe that a key role of the faculty is preparing students for life after school, whether that be in work or education. Our courses give valuable real world experience as well as qualifications that will aid progression to higher education.  In all lessons we aim to develop students independent learning skills, we want them to be creative thinkers and to develop the autonomy that we know they will need in the world of work. We operate several links with industry, our partnership with Lloyds Banking Group provides students with an outstanding opportunity to experience the world of work.

These faculty pages aim to give you a brief insight into our work, if you would like any further information or to visit us to see what we do then please get in touch.