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‘Building powerful knowledge to grow confident & creative global citizens.’

At Lincoln Academy, our students who choose to study Business learn to develop their technical skills, such as market research skills, planning, promotional and financial skills using realistic work scenarios, as well as personal skills, such as monitoring their own performance, time management and problem solving.  Developing sound knowledge of business concepts can help to spark creativity in those with entrepreneurial ambitions.  Developing confidence in understanding financial terms, aids students in better understanding current affairs and to be more articulate in discussing matters related to enterprise.

Our recovery curriculum supports students' academic progress by acknowledging potential missed learning opportunities, supporting student wellbeing and facilitating enrichment.  We continue to develop students resilience and sense of achievement fostering their ambition and celebrating their successes.

Year 10 – Year 11

BTEC Level 1/Level 2 Tech Award in Enterprise

  • Component 1 – Exploring Enterprises
  • Component 2 – Planning for and Pitching an Enterprise Activity
  • Component 3 – Promotion and Finance for Enterprise

Year 12 – 13.  BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate in Business

BTEC Business is part of a range of qualifications that encompasses a real world vocational approach. Using work-related contexts, innovative teaching and assessment methods, this course offers a comprehensive understanding of business issues and is designed to provide a progression route into both higher education and employment. Students will learn to work independently on assignment tasks. Students will develop a range of skills including presentation skills, personal skills such as initiative and creativity, research skills and interpersonal skills such as working as part of a team.

  • Unit 1 - Exploring Business
  • Unit 2 – Developing a Marketing Campaign
  • Unit 3 – Personal & Business Finance
  • Unit 22 - Market Research