The study of Economics is both scientific and behavioural and involves analysing the production, consumption, and transfer of wealth.
Economics students at STAHS use scientific methods to build theories and models that can help explain the behaviour of consumers, producers and governments in any modern industrial society. Within this context, the Department aims to develop confident, independent and reflective students with opinions on a wide range of socio-economic and political issues. Girls are encouraged to become independent thinkers who make better and more informed decisions, form their own judgments and draw their own conclusions in a world where Economics is becoming increasingly relevant.
18 October 2019
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27 September 2018
Tony Oulton shares his insights and ambitions for STAHS Sixth Form
4 October 2019
STAHS Head of Drama, Holly Whymark, selected for the Royal Opera House Leaders for Impact programme.