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18/10/17

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Yr9 football team make it 3 wins in 3 days with a 5-0 win against Shirley. . https://t.co/unkO8TG4Qx

18/10/17

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New for 2018 Girls Rugby Academy at https://t.co/sczg16Yi6t

18/10/17

The HCACP Black History Month concert takes place tomorrow 19th, 6pm. All our welcome to this amazing celebration of cultural diversity. https://t.co/0wDMaMorra

17/10/17

The HCACP Black History Month concert takes place this Thurs 19th, 6pm. All our welcome to this amazing celebration of cultural diversity. https://t.co/dTnLCqe4a1

16/10/17

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Yr10 football team suffer a narrow 1-0 defeat against this afternoon. https://t.co/T0HP45fEte

16/10/17

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Yr8 girls rugby put in a great effort in their first game against our friends from https://t.co/PiXiRepZUl

16/10/17

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Which personality type are you? Our delegates are discovering how this influences their leadership. https://t.co/aHyzJ8OZzA

16/10/17

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Excellent opening session on "Leading Yourself" from Natasha Evans for the Step Up Programme https://t.co/wg6RGfbs47

16/10/17

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The Yr7 football team get their first win of the season in an epic battle against . https://t.co/XxU54MBgZt

16/10/17

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The Yr9 football team were convincing 6-0 winners against in the cup this afternoon. https://t.co/yiZp4rtnWZ

16/10/17

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A very warm welcome to our Step-Up delegates ! Starting their journeys to with this fantastic . https://t.co/zpLVAJEBMB

16/10/17

Events taking place at Harris City Academy Crystal Palace this week. https://t.co/J0yySwwS29

16/10/17

The HCACP Black History Month concert takes place October 19th, 6pm. All our welcome to this amazing celebration of cultural diversity. https://t.co/oSk4JVh6nZ

13/10/17

The HCACP Black History Month concert takes place October 19th, 6pm. All our welcome to this amazing celebration of cultural diversity. https://t.co/LjSVa9NYm8

13/10/17

PGL coaches are stuck in traffic, we are about 10 minutes away! Please collect students from the front of the school.

13/10/17

PGL coaches should be back at 3.25 if the traffic remains clear!

13/10/17

3.20 or just after, depending on traffic!

13/10/17

We have left PGL! We should be back around 3.20!

13/10/17

Final activity on PGL- archery!! https://t.co/U1KP5vBd2E

13/10/17

Well done Weronika for conquering Jacob’s Ladder!! https://t.co/QHFd8FCXM1

Harris Academies
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Economics

Year 9 Overview for Economics      

Overview Autumn Term:
GCSE Economics offers students a great opportunity to learn about how every day individuals, organisations and governments are faced with making economic choices in terms of how best to use the limited amount of resources that they have available. Economics is a fascinating subject to study, which is not only well respected but also extremely relevant to the real world. In Year 9 students will get an introduction and will then learn about how firms compete and how the price mechanism allocates resources.

Overview Spring Term:
Students will learn how taxes and subsidies affect markets prices and the importance of elasticities. Students will also study minimum and maximum price levels, cost revenues and profits for firms and how they grow in size.

Overview Summer Term:
Students will understand that it is not possible to allocate all resources through the means of the price mechanism and in mixed economies the Government is responsible for delivering and allocating resources for the Health Service, Education, Defence and many other areas. Sometimes Government intervention is not always successful and this is addressed through case studies and discussion

Assessments:

half-termly formal test

Homework:

One piece weekly, sometimes written, sometimes research based

Events and Trips:

Participation in local and National enterprise challenge competitions

Other Resources:


Websites:
Tutor2u, economicsonline, BBC Business pages


Books, Articles and other Resources:
Quality newspapers, The Economist


Year 10 Overview for Economics

Overview Autumn Term:
Introduction to Macro Economics. Circular Flow of income and Aggregate Demand and Supply. Economic growth and the distribution of income. 

Overview Spring Term:
Government objectives of low unemployment, low inflation and policies to achieve them. Monetary policy, fiscal policy and supply side policy. Balance of Payments data and calculations, exchange rates.

Overview Summer Term:
Introduction into Globalisation, multinational corporations, free trade, tariffs and quotas

Assessments:

half-termly formal test

Homework:

One piece weekly, sometimes written, sometimes research based

Other Resources:


Websites:
Tutor2u, economicsonline, BBC Business pages, Gconomics on youtube.

Books, Articles and other Resources:
Quality newspapers, The Economist


Year 11 Overview for Economics   

Overview Autumn Term:
A further development of globalisation through pre-release and economic case studies, taking a detailed look at the effects of globalisation. Students will then make a more profound analysis of the different sectors and factors of production.

Overview Spring Term:
In the spring term students will undertake a detailed investigation to build upon their knowledge of inflation, unemployment and the allocation of resources. Students will conduct their investigations through the use of case studies, basing their findings on current economic examples.

Overview Summer Term:
In the summer term students will complete exam questions and revision material ready for their 3 exams based on each unit of work which they have completed.

Assessments:

half-termly formal test

Homework:

One piece weekly, sometimes written, sometimes research based

Other Resources:

Websites:
Tutor2u, economicsonline, BBC Business pages, Gconomics on youtube.

Books, Articles and other Resources:
Quality newspapers, The Economist


Year 12 Overview for Economics

Overview Autumn Term:
Introduction to Macroeconomics.  How resources are allocated through the price mechanism and why the market system sometimes fails to allocate these resources efficiently. Merit goods and Public goods and how they are provided and demerit goods and how their supply is restricted. Government intervention in markets and how this sometimes leads to Government failure.

Overview Spring Term:
Introduction to Macroeconomics. The circular flow of income in an economy and how output is measured. Performance indicators; economic growth, low inflation, low unemployment and balance of payments equilibrium. Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply and government policy instruments to impact on economic performance. International Trade, balance of payments and exchange rates.

Overview Summer Term:
Consolidation of both Micro and Macro units in preparation for May exam. Examination of some Year 13 topics like markets structures

Assessments:

Half termly formal assessments plus regular past paper work

Homework:

Weekly, usually written assignments featuring past paper style questions.

Events and Trips:

Exam Board or Tutor2u student conferences


Other Resources:


Websites:
Tutor2u, economicsonline, BBC Business pages, Gconomics on youtube.

Books, Articles and other Resources:
Quality newspapers, The Economist, Economic Review


Year 13 Overview for Economics

Overview Autumn Term:
Microeconomics. Demand and marginal utility. Business objectives and power, market structures – perfect competition through to monopoly. Markets and resource allocation. Labour markets and wage determination, the UK labour market. Market failure and the government and trade unions in labour markets. The environment and other forms of government intervention in markets.

Overview Spring Term:
Macroeconomics. Growth and development and income distribution and welfare. Aggregate supply and demand and the economic cycle. The operation of fiscal and monetary policy and approaches to macroeconomic policy. Globalisation and international trade, trade policies and negotiations. The financial sector and the real economy, developing and emerging economies and the central bank and financial regulation.

Overview Summer Term:
Consolidation of Micro and Macro and intense past paper practice.

Assessments:

Half termly formal assessments plus regular past paper work

Homework:

Weekly, usually written assignments featuring past paper style questions

Events and Trips:

Exam Board or Tutor2u student conferences

Other Resources:


Websites:
Tutor2u, economicsonline, BBC Business pages, Gconomics on youtube.

Books, Articles and other Resources:
Quality newspapers, The Economist, Economic Review

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