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Free Business Studies activity on safety checks!

Get your Business Studies students thinking about safety procedures with our free interactive activity!

This interactive encourages discussion of safety checks within the engaging context of a theme park. Whilst watching the rollercoaster animation, ask your students to jot down the checks the ride operator and computer control system would need to make.

An interactive activity then challenges your class to put the checks in order to ensure the passengers have a safe ride!















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Free KS4 Business Studies presentation on business aims and objectives!

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Do your students know the difference between the public sector and the private sector? Make sure it’s crystal clear with our free presentation on aims and objectives!

This useful presentation lays out the aims and objectives of both sectors, encouraging your class to consider the nature of the businesses and organisations they encounter in their own lives. An interactive exercise illustrates these concepts, as well as emphasising that some sorts of organisation can lie within either sector.

A final slide introduces the idea of SMART objectives, and how these help organisations to achieve their aims.


Free activity on competition!

Try our fun, free activity to help your students distinguish between direct and indirect competition.

The activity presents a typical high street; click on each of the businesses to find out more about what they sell and ask your students to decide which businesses are in direct competition with each other, and which are in indirect competition.



Free presentation on budgets!

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Introduce your students to budgets with our free presentation!

Using engaging discussion questions and concise explanations, the presentation covers what a budget is, variances and how businesses prepare and use budgets.

Students are then challenged to complete two interactive activities on the purposes and benefits of budgeting.


Free activity on competitive markets!

Introduce your students to competitive market features using our free activity.

Featuring two competing hairdressing salons, the activity asks students to identify which competitive features each of the salons is using.

This resource is an ideal way to get students thinking about how companies can distinguish themselves in a competitive market.

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