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Free activity on interview questions!

Do your students know the difference between open and closed interview questions? Test their understanding with our free activity!

This activity presents students with questions that might be asked in an interview, and asks them to decide whether each question is open or closed. If your students are looking for a part-time job or thinking about what they might do when they leave school, this activity is the perfect way to get them thinking about interviews!


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Free presentation on break even analysis!

We’re giving away a free KS4 presentation on break even analysis!

This presentation uses the example of a driving school to explain fixed and variable costs and how to calculate BEP. It also includes an interactive wordsearch and quiz activity to test your students’ understanding of the topic!

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Start-up costs: free interactive activity!

We've provided a free activity on start-up and running costs!

This activity asks students to consider a case study of a new fish and chip shop, and identify which of their costs are start-up costs and which are running costs. What other examples of start-up costs can your students think of?
Press "start" below to begin the activity, and then drag and drop the costs into the correct categories!


Cash flow forecasts: free presentation

Are your students confident on how to create and review a cash flow forecast?

We've provided a free presentation to help them revise this topic. Using an engaging case study example, the presentation asks students to create a cash flow forecast for Simon, and then evaluate whether he will save enough money to buy a new car.

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SWOT analysis: free activity!

To help your GCSE students prepare for their upcoming exams, we’ve provided a free interactive activity on SWOT analysis!

Taken from our marketing resources, this activity asks students to drag and drop statements to identify whether they are internal or external factors, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities or threats.  

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