Welcome Year 11 Accounting Students.  This will allow you to access information throughout the year.

This course aims to provide an understanding of:
i) How people behave as consumers and how s/they make economic decisions.
ii) How producers make decisions and use resources to provide goods and services to the market.

Includes basic accounting processes, accounts for sole traders, business organisations. Students will study full
sets of accounts, including calculating ratios, interpretation of accounts and making informed conclusions.
We will also study accounting systems and control of assets, inventory, sales, accounts receivable and
accounts payable.

This course aims to provide students with knowledge of the principles, processes and systems involved in setting up a small business.  To enable students to perform tasks involved in running a small business and to provide them with an increased awareness of career opportunities in business.

In Year 12 Economics we look at:

Unemployment and government responses to address employment matters

Inflation and price stability

Trade

Government policies

 

Students of legal studies explore law as an integral aspect of society, investigate how laws are applied in
everyday life, and consider how laws relate to and are affected by the changing needs and values of society.

This will allow you to access notes and activities throughout the year in THE BEST SUBJECT IN THE WORLD!!!

 

Students will learn valuable business skills in a practical and realistic environment. Students will participate in
the “Young Enterprise Scheme”, by setting up and running their own business during the year. Students will
study market strategies, business planning and business documentation.

In Year 13 Economics we look at topics including:

  • Economic problems, allocative efficiency, and market responses to change.
  • Market allocation  and government interventions to correct for market failure.
  • Describe aggregate economic activity.
  • Demonstrate and explain the operation of the money market and the foreign exchange market

 

Students of legal studies explore law as an integral aspect of society, investigate how laws are applied in
everyday life, and consider how laws relate to and are affected by the changing needs and values of society.