Third-party support

The organisations listed below offer high-quality, free and paid-for resources designed to help teachers deliver our Economics qualifications.

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We’re pleased to be working with the following partners:

A-Z Business Training Ltd is run by Ian Marcousé, teacher, textbook-writer and editor of Business Review magazine.

Every month, they release high-quality free content for teachers, including:

  • Classroom-ready case studies with exam-style questions and answers for Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Business
  • Topical cases for A level Business that can be shaped to the Pearson Edexcel qualification.

In addition, A-Z also offers paid-for support for our Pearson Edexcel Business and Economics qualifications, including:

  • 100 worksheets with answers.
  • Exam packs covering the existing specifications.
  • Revision books (available at Waterstones).
  • A topical archive based on the last 4 years of A-Z's topical cases.
  • 4 CPD sessions per year to support the delivery of the Pearson Edexcel qualifications.

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Economics in Ten is a series of podcasts that discuss famous economists and explain why they are still relevant today. Content is developed with accessibility in mind, as economics should be for everyone.

They also produce specials on particular topics that may be of interest to broader audiences, such as inequality and the economics of sport.

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Econosaurus aims to help Economics teachers by collating and curating resources from around the web. Teachers can also join their monthly EconEdChat discussion group, an informal Zoom call where they discuss key questions in Economics education, share resources and ideas and troubleshoot each others’ problems.

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The FT free schools programme offers students aged 16-19 years old, their teachers and schools around the world access to FT.com articles to help enrich their studies, classroom discussions, exam preparation, interviews and insights into the world of further and higher education and work.

Teachers including those in business and economics can pick relevant FT articles mapped to their specifications to provide suggested questions and discussion points. There are also periodic writing competitions.

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