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Economics

 

Economics is called a social science and is becoming an increasingly popular subject both at Bryanston and elsewhere. The department has six staff, all of whom teach right across the board.

There are around 75 pupils studying GCSE in two year groups and around 120 studying both A level and IB in the sixth form. Many of these go on to take business or economics-related degrees and recently several pupils have taken up apprenticeships at major firms.

Rose Ings (rhi@bryanston.co.uk) and Harry Griffiths (heg@bryanston.co.uk)
Heads of Economics & Business

Economics & business in Detail

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