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6th Form Prospectus

Stafford Grammar School Sixth Form Prospectus

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piece of your own is highly rewarding… and lots of fun.’ Art & Design DRAMA AND THEATRE STUDIES Examination Board: AQA Drama & Theatre Studies is one of the most varied, exciting and challenging A Level subjects. You’ll develop skills and confidence that will stand you in good stead whatever your career ambitions. The Course Drama and Theatre Studies at A Level allows students to study the theoretical aspects of drama combined with a practical application of skills through performance. The qualification is designed to enable you to acquire a knowledge and understanding of the language of drama and theatre as well as to develop as an individual performer your analytical skills. You will practically explore plays, create original pieces of theatre, analyse your own work along with live productions in order to develop your understanding of the social, historical and cultural context of theatre. Why choose Drama and Theatre Studies The course is aimed at those who have a genuine interest in theatre and the process by which theatre is made: the progression a script goes through in its transfer from page to stage; the roles of the director, actor and designer, and the influence that various practitioners of theatre through history have had on modern theatre practice. This is a demanding subject that requires in depth research, attendance to live theatre and critical and evaluative skills. Personal Development The communication and inter-personal skills acquired through drama are becoming increasingly sought after by employers. The skills you will build working with others are transferable to any work or study context. Stafford Grammar School Sixth Form Prospectus 20

ECONOMICS Examination Board: AQA What topics are covered? Markets and Market Failure. The National and International Economy. Business Economics and the Distribution of Income. Why study Economics at SGS? Enthusiastic, caring and knowledgeable teaching staff. Experience a completely different subject. A very popular department. Develop an understanding of economic concepts and theories that affect everyday life. Learn to think like an economist. Economics is a real, relevant, valuable, respected and traditional subject. It combines very well with many other subjects, including Mathematics, Geography, History, Science and Business Studies. Choosing Economics may open up a whole new world of education and career possibilities that you did not even know existed. What skills will I gain from studying Economics? An ability to analyse and evaluate decision making by governments, businesses, households and consumers. An ability to apply your understanding of Economics to aspects of the recent performance of the UK, EU and world economy. Develop a well informed opinion on the big issues that matter. An ability to solve complex problems. An opportunity to join the prestigious Target 2.0 competition run by the Bank of England. What career paths would Economics be suitable for? Funds manager Economist Banker, Retail/Investment/Commercial Stockbroker Economic Advisor / Consultant Management Law Financial Analyst Accountancy Environmental Planning Economic Researcher Teacher/Lecturer What trips are available? Every year we visit The Bank of England, The London Metal Exchange and The Supreme Court. We regularly attend various conferences. Do I need to have studied Business Studies at GCSE? No. The course is perfectly accessible to students with no formal economic or business knowledge and understanding. However, a B grade in GCSE English and a B grade in GCSE Mathematics would be an advantage. Stafford Grammar School Sixth Form Prospectus 21

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