Our Business Studies & Economics Teaching Resources are designed to enrich teaching and learning in business studies and economics. As educators dedicated to equipping their students for the dynamic world of commerce and finance, we understand the significance of providing teachers with top-quality resources so they may engage and motivate their pupils effectively. Here you will discover an abundance of carefully designed lesson plans, interactive presentations, case studies and engaging activities covering key concepts with real-world applications. Our Business Studies & Economics Teaching Resources aim to equip educators like you with tools that foster critical thinking, develop analytical abilities and deepen an understanding of business and economic landscapes. Take advantage of all these resources available at your disposal and open up infinite possibilities for enriching business studies & economics curriculums!
GCSE Business, AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas, OCR, WJEC (9-1)
A Level Business 2015, AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas, OCR, WJEC
BTEC Business Level 1/2, 3
GCSE Economics AQA, OCR (9-1)
A Level Economics AQA, Edexcel,OCR, WJEC
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There are various options for students interested in studying Business and Economics. Our tailored teaching resources for the four course levels – BTEC Technical Award, A-Level, T-Level or GCSE Business Studies – provide similar content with modular assessments to test comprehension and portfolio evaluations to promote time management and deadline skills. Students can gain a solid understanding of the material and develop their self-management capabilities when utilising our resources.
BTEC First in Business Case Studies
Our tailored case studies are perfect for learning and assessing students’ competency in BTEC Business Studies. With questions targeted at specific criteria, this resource is ideal for use in class or as homework to promote learning, consolidation, and assignment preparation. All learning aims and assessment criteria are covered across 8-12 case studies featuring appropriate examples from renowned brands to more local businesses that students can relate to. Furthermore, each question is cross-referenced with the corresponding assessment criteria with answers included for additional support. Written specifically for the 2012 and 2018 BTEC specifications, this resource is highly relevant and accessible.
BTEC Level 1/2 (First) 2012
- Case Studies for Unit 1: Enterprise in the Business World
- Case Studies for Unit 3: Promoting a Brand
- Case Studies for Unit 4: Principles of Customer Service
- Case Studies for Unit 5: Sales and Personal Selling
- Case Studies for Unit 6: Introducing Retail Business
- Case Studies for Unit 7: Providing Business Support
- Case Studies for Unit 8: Recruitment, Selection and Employment
BTEC Level 1/2 (First) 2018 – Award
- Case Studies for Unit 3: Enterprise in a Business World
- Case Studies for Unit 4: Promoting a Brand
- Case Studies for Unit 5: Principles of Customer Service
- Case Studies for Unit 6: Recruitment, Selection and Employment
A Level Economics Case Studies
Our tailored A Level Economics case studies are designed to reinforce student learning. Specifically addressing the 2016 and the new 2023 AQA Economics specification, they feature UK and international economic issues spanning Year 1 (micro) to Year 2 (macro). Stimulating topics from alcohol pricing to Brexit will keep students engaged, while evaluative and exam-style questions support the development of their independent skills. Use these as stimuli for class discussions and self-contained homework tasks or as springboards for revision in preparation for the final exams!
AQA & Edexcel A Level Case Studies
- Brexonomics: A Level Case Study and Essay Pack for Brexit
- Data Response Case Studies for AQA Economics: Volume 1 (2016, 2023)
- Data Response Case Studies for A Level Edexcel Economics A: Volume 1 (2016, 2023)
We have developed a selection of teacher resources to support students studying the BTEC Technical Award in Enterprise (KS4) or BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Business (KS5). They provide thorough coverage of the core concepts through comprehensive notes, as well as engaging activities to further understanding.
These resources provide real-world examples that your students can relate to, and stimulate further research with research tasks and ‘Did You Know?’ boxes. Assessment questions are included to check comprehension, with full answers provided to save time when marking. Relevant key terms are identified with definitions, plus there is a complete glossary at the end.
The T Level Management and Administration resources provide a complete framework to help students engage deeply with the subject matter, preparing them for future business roles and success on the new T Levels. This will save time for teachers too.
Our A-Level Economics teaching resources give students a deeper insight into the real-life implications of economic theories and concepts, including market economy complexities as well as government regulation of an efficient economic ecosystem. Through our modules students gain more in-depth knowledge about Economics’ effects on political, social, and daily life; students will also become adept in analysing market economies to enhance political participation as well as understanding what role governments should take to promote healthy economies.
A-Level Business Studies
Our A-Level Business Studies teaching resources offer students a comprehensive introduction to business structures such as ethics, finance, marketing and human resources. Students will develop an in-depth knowledge of these interlinked elements as they operate to form an efficient business from stakeholders’, end users, and decision-maker perspectives – equipping them with essential problem-solving and risk-taking abilities essential for creating profitable ventures!
BTEC – Subsidiary Diploma in Business
Teacher resources for BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Business courses provide students with an excellent opportunity to hone skills such as teamwork, effective use of ICT, understanding ethics and finance within business conditions, human resource management practices as well as time and problem-solving management techniques that will give them an advantage in real-world business environments.