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A online shop devoted to excellent Business Studies resources, developed by an practitioner with 10 years of teaching and leadership experience. T + L enhancement guaranteed! A wide range of high quality resources are offered, saving you time in regards to preparation so that you can focus more on supporting your students to progress.
Ratio analysis worksheet
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Ratio analysis worksheet

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The following resource is useful when teaching ratio analysis to Business A-level students (but could be used with GCSE students). The 2 page worksheet tasks students with calculating and contrasting current ratio, acid test ratio, gross profit margin, operating profit margin and ROCE for two fictional businesses. Students then need to explain and analyse the figures with exam style questions that are scaffolded. This worksheet can be used in class or set as a homework assessment. *calculation solutions provided only. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Entrepreneur worksheets
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Entrepreneur worksheets

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The following resources are useful when teaching entrepreneurship and qualities of a entrepreneur to GCSE Business students. Qualities mind map worksheet- a simple worksheet that gets students to mind map the various characteristics of an entrepreneur. Great stimulus for class discussion. Extension task provided for students to prioritise best qualities and justification. Entrepreneur profiles task- this worksheet provides fictional information about 4 potential entrepreneurs, and students need to identify their entrepreneur characteristics and make a judgement on who is best suited to starting up business and why. Entrepreneur exam practice questions- this 2 page worksheet provides a fictional case study for students to use when answering the 3 style exam practice questions (marks indicated). No mark scheme/ solutions provided. *the docs are saved as editable for ease of use.
Types of organisation culture case studies
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Types of organisation culture case studies

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A brief powerpoint presentation that introduces the 4 types of organisation culture (based off Charles Handy's theory) and provides 2 group tasks where students can discuss, apply and analyse the types of cultures. Aimed at year 2 A-level Business students. Saved as an editable presentation for ease of use and modification.
exchange rates worksheets
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exchange rates worksheets

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2 different exchange rate worksheets for helping students to understanding the impact of exchange rate changes on imports and exports. Aimed at GCSE business students, but could be used with yr1 A-level business students as well. docs are saved as a word doc for ease of editing. no mark scheme provided.
SWOT analysis case study worksheets
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SWOT analysis case study worksheets

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2 different case studies that demands students to draw up an applied SWOT analysis and make recommendations. excellent resource for students to complete independently or in groups. Aimed at A-level Business students, but could be used with GCSE Business students. (solutions provided. saved as a word doc for ease of editing).
Break even mini test
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Break even mini test

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In class test paper (total 50 marks) that assesses student's knowledge and understanding of break even analysis. topics include fixed vs variable costs, calculation of profit/ contribution/ break even output, drawing a break even chart, calculating margin of safety and limitations of break even. A mixture of small and medium size mark questions. Aimed at GCSE Business students, but could be used with AS Business students (mark scheme provided for all calculations. test paper is saved as a word doc for ease of editing).
Market reserach tasks
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Market reserach tasks

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The following resources are excellent when teaching Business students market research. Can be used with both GCSE and A-level students. Research jumble exercise- this resource provides 16 different types of market research, and students need to identify whether they are primary or secondary sources. Students can write directly on the worksheet, or the teacher can cut and jumble up beforehand and provide to students to sort. qualitative vs. quantitative worksheet- this worksheet introduces the difference between qualitative and quantitative data, and provides 12 examples of survey questions where students need to identify where the it will produce quantitative or qualitative data. Great for class discussion. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Technology in retail activity
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Technology in retail activity

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An excellent resource for when teaching the impact of technology in retail/ tertiary sector businesses. useful as a teamwork exercise in class. 3 elements involved: - presentation with quick starter exercise on key facts on slide 1. there is a brief introduction on slide 2 and main activity instructions on slide 3, linking to the other two elements below. - case study examples (x10) of different businesses examples, explaining pros and cons. - case study grid is a worksheet for students to fill in, 'pulling' out information from the various case studies and analysing advantages and disadvantages of the technology that they use. Aimed at GCSE Business students but can also be used with yr1 A-level Business students. all docs are ediable for ease of teacher's use.
PESTLE analysis worksheet
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PESTLE analysis worksheet

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This worksheet can be used to assess Business student’s understanding of PESTLE analysis. Three short tasks to be completed in task after being taught the topic, which will help to reinforce the content and elements of PESTLE analysis. Ideal for Business A-level students but could be used with GCSE students. *resource has been saved as a word doc for ease of editing. *no mark scheme or solutions provided.
Price elasticity of demand worksheets
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Price elasticity of demand worksheets

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These resources are excellent class worksheet for Business students that supports them to understand and calculate PED, explain the consequence of different products and different PED scores. Once completed, a useful tool to help them to revise and model analysis of how an price inelastic or elastic product impacts the business. Aimed at Year 1 A-level Business students. *Saved as a word doc for ease of editing. *solutions provided for simpled PED calculations worksheet only.
Sources of finance worksheets- differentiated
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Sources of finance worksheets- differentiated

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Two worksheets that assess student's knowledge and understanding in regards to choosing the right sources of finance in relation to fictional scenarios. one worksheet is for more able, and the other worksheet can be used to support the less able students in accessing and applying learning. Aimed at GCSE Business students, but could be used with Year 1 A-level students as well. worksheets are editable for ease of teacher's use and modification. suggested answers for the 'hard' worksheet.
specilisation and division of labour tasks
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specilisation and division of labour tasks

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The following resources are excellent in stimulating class discussion when introducing specialisation and division of labour to Business students (aimed at GCSE students, but could be used with A-level students). Division of labour presentation- slide one provides a visual stimulus for whole class discussion. Slide two links with the Adam Smith summary worksheet when introducing the topic. Slide three provides a brief over view of the content. Slide four links in with the world specialising quiz (solutions provided on page 2). Slide five introduces students to a simple exam practice question (3 marks) with key terms suggestion list to support students with their write up. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Coffee market share worksheet
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Coffee market share worksheet

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The following resource is useful when teaching market share and market growth calculations to A-level Business students (but this could be used with GCSE students). The 2 page worksheet tasks students with various calculations and analysis of results from the fictional data provided. This could be used as a in class exercise or homework assessment. *solutions provided for calculations and true/false grid only. *the doc is saved as editable for ease of use.
Shortlisting CVs activity
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Shortlisting CVs activity

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A fictional case study about Holister recruiting for a Customer Service Adviser. students work in teams to assess 6 different CVs and justify who they would like to shortlist, based of the job description and person specification on the brief. an excellent exercise when teaching recruitment and generating class discussion. Aimed at GCSE students, but could be used for Yr1 A-level students as well. In addition, a great stimulus for SMSC discussion. both docs are editable if you wish to amend.
Stakeholder grid revision worksheet
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Stakeholder grid revision worksheet

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Useful worksheet for students to summaries their understanding of stakeholders. Students are tasked with completing the grid which refers to 8 different stakeholders (internal and external). The ‘interest in the business’ column has been pre-filled to support students with their write up. once completed, serves as a useful revision doc for students. Can be used with GCSE and Year 1 A-level Business students. (saved as a word doc for ease of editing)
Business location case study
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Business location case study

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A excellent case study to support students with considering quantitative and qualitative factors that influence the choice of location for a business start up. framed as a fictional newspaper report, students work in teams to review the 5 options and then feedback on their choice of location and justify why. Aimed at GCSE Business students, but could be used with yr1 A-level Business students as well. saved as a word doc for ease of editing.
Introduction to SMART objectives setting
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Introduction to SMART objectives setting

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The following resource can be used when teaching business objectives to students and introducing SMART objectives/ targets. Ideal for Business A-level students but could be used with GCSE students as well. Slide 1 outlines what SMART objectives means and links to an effective YouTube video. Side 2 is a fictional activity that is an excellent stimulus for peer collaboration and discussion. Students are tasked with devising SMART objectives for Nintendo, based off the case study provided. Extension task provided for fast working students. *resource has been saved as a PowerPoint doc for ease of editing.
Balance scorecard worksheet
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Balance scorecard worksheet

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A useful summary worksheet that describes the purpose of Businesses using Kaplan and Norton's balance scorecard model to assess business performance. there is a grid for students to fill in, explaining the importance of each of the 4 perspectives, and an extension task of 'it depends on' factors to be considered. Aimed at Business A-level students. (saved as a word doc for ease of editing).
Income statement worksheet
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Income statement worksheet

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A case study worksheet that demands students to fill in an income statement for a fictional case study based on the Teenager Mutant Hero Turtles. Aimed at A-level Business students. (solutions provided. saved as a word doc for ease of editing).
Critical Path Analysis worksheet (hard)
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Critical Path Analysis worksheet (hard)

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A challenging critical path analysis worksheet for your most able students to use, based on a fictional case study of a school launching an 'Indulgence evening'. A useful group work exercise. Aimed at A-level Business students. (solutions provided. saved as a word doc for ease of editing).