Economics

“I am curious about everything that happens around me. Studying economics satisfies my curiosity.”
CLC Economics student

The great economist Milton Friedman said that societies run on greed, great achievements of civilisation do not happen at Government desks, and free enterprise is the best way to improve the lives of ordinary people.

By the end of A Level Economics at College, girls will have an opinion on whether he was right, as well as many other important discussions in the news today.

Girls learn that Economics is about choice and the impact of our choices on each other. It relates to every aspect of our lives, from the decisions we make as individuals or families to the structures created by governments and firms. The economic way of thinking helps girls to make better choices. No applied Economics lesson is the same as another, because the economy is changing, and girls' reactions in class change too.

The department hosts the weekly Economics Society, welcomes expert guest speakers and oversees the popular Young Enterprise scheme.

SFC Programme

Girls follow the Edexcel A Level syllabus. The subject can also be studied as part of the IB Diploma.

STAFF LIST

Head of Economics: Mr Paul Ratinckx BA

Mr Allan Hodge BSc MA MPhil
Mr Adrian Spottiswoode BA BSc MA
Mr Adrian Grundy MA MSc