Vale of York Academy @ValeYorkAcademyPlease have a listen to an audio file of one of our year 8 classes creating an atmospheric Batman piece from earlier this week!! Be great to see lots of the community, parents and students at next weeks autumn concert!1 day ago
Vale of York Academy @ValeYorkAcademy@Morenoeverett1 No worries, maybe he nipped out during the photo and just missed it. We have entered 2 teams of 4 in to the ks3 and ks4 competition for badminton so hoping for those who attend and want to play to be able to, unless we get lots more turn up then we will need to select. Thanks.2 days ago
Vale of York Academy @ValeYorkAcademy@Morenoeverett1 Hi, this was who was present this Monday evening after school so he must have missed it this week. If not maybe he was getting changed as I took it before heading out on year 8 football match! Sorry - next time. 👍2 days ago
The business studies course will develop students’ ability to recall, select, communicate and apply their knowledge and understanding of business concepts, issues and terminology in a variety of contexts. Through planning and carrying out investigations and tasks they will develop the skills to analyse and evaluate evidence by making reasoned judgments and presenting appropriate conclusions.
Business Studies is taught in 3 units:
Unit 1 Setting up a Business External exam (40% of the final mark) This unit introduces candidates to issues concerning the setting up and operation of a business. It explores the activities of business and the reasons for success or failure. It encourages candidates to appreciate that businesses must operate within society and that this involves businesses engaging with a wide range of stakeholders who will hold differing perspectives.
Unit 2 Growing as a Business External exam (35% of the final mark) This unit builds upon the content of Unit 1, allowing candidates to study businesses as they grow and the issues that expansion raises.
Unit 3- Investigating a Business- controlled assessment task (25% of the final mark) This unit is a controlled assessment unit. The work must be each candidate’s own individual response and must be produced under controlled conditions.
Please have a listen to an audio file of one of our year 8 classes creating an atmospheric Batman piece from earlier this week!! Be great to see lots of the community, parents and students at next weeks autumn concert!
Once again our thanks to all schools who travelled from across North Yorkshire to compete in our @SkyTryRL@Schools_RL festival.
With a very impressive standard on display the future is bright!
For anyone now thinking of joining a local #RugbyLeague club please see below ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/oOwP…