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For we will be looking at unconscious bias and how we can celebrate our differences.


Safe Journey Home!


A fantastic evening, our students were incredible and our Chafford Choir’s first public performance! Well done to all of the staff and students involved.


We are preparing our afternoon tea for our visitors from Re-engage, a charity supporting elderly residents who live alone.


Our dedicated Sixth Form study space is taking shape!


Lots of enrichment opportunities at HACH. Our Alevel Geographers are off to Barcelona, Monday’s enrichment classes got underway this week and our Friday Afternoon Chess Club is in full swing!


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Congratulations to all at on their superb today. A special mention goes to Viktoria, who achieved a Grade 9 in all 11 of her subjects - a remarkable achievement.


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Here are some of our brilliant students heading to and this year. Many are the first in their family to attend university and all have beaten extraordinary odds to get there. We are so proud of them and wish them every happiness and success.


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We're so proud of all our Sixth Formers on their . Great to see them taking their next steps - whether that's university, an apprenticeship or employment. We can't wait to see what they do next. Here's a round-up of all their successes:


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Congratulations to student Daniel who has gained an amazing 7 A* grades and is off to to read Maths. He's going to be speaking about his fantastic achievement on the later this afternoon


And it begins 😬 🤞🏻


Results day 😬 We are open for results to be collected from 8:30am until 10:30 this morning. Best of luck to everyone 😁


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A fantastic event for HACH students interested in medicine last week with - some strong stomachs needed!! Well done to all involved.

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Economics - Wider Sixth Form Reading

For daily and weekly developments in Economics:

For models of the UK economy, virtual tours of other economies, practice papers and guidance notes aimed at AS level try:

For development indicators and starting to look at the issues involved in development economics

There are blogs/videos of the following economists that may be useful on a wide range of topics. Just search for:

  • Paul Collier
  • Ha-Joon Chang
  • Paul Krugman

Even wider reading

Useful for everyone but especially useful for anyone planning to study economics at university.

  • Britain for Sale: British Companies in Foreign Hands – Alex Brummer
  • How Do We Fix This Mess?: The Economic Price of Having it All, and the Route to Lasting Prosperity – Robert Peston       
  • Made in Britain: How the Nation Earns its Living – Evan Davis:             
  • How Much is Enough: The Economics of the Good Life – R & E Skidelsky
  • Keynes: The Return of the Master – Robert Skidelsky
  • How the West was Lost: 50 Years of Economic Folly and the Stark Choices Ahead – Dambisa Moyo
  • Winner Takes All: China’s Race for Resources and What it Means for Us – â€‹Dambisa Moyo
  • Dead Aid – Dambisa Moyo
  • The Globalisation Paradox: Why Global Markets, States and Democracy Can’t Co-exist – Dani Rodrik            
  • The Storm – Vince Cable
  • The Future of Money (World Class Thinking on Global Issues) – O Chittenden & V Cable
  • Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty – A Banerjee & E Duflo
  • Meltdown – Paul Mason               
  • What Happened?  – H Pym & N Kocchan:         
  • Fool’s Gold – Gillian Tett              
  • Lords of Finance, 1929, the Great Depression and the Bankers who Broke the World – Liquat Ahamad
  • The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008 – Paul Krugman         
  • New Keynesian Economists – J. Stiglitz; P Krugman et al         
  • Losing Control: The emerging threats to the West’s Prosperity – Stephen D King    
  • Capitalism 4.0: the Birth of a New Economy – Anatole Kaletsky    
  • The End of the Free Market – Ian Bremmer
  • The Subprime Solution – Robert Shiller
  • The Dragon and the Elephant: China and India and the New World Order – David Smith:           
  • The Age of Instability: The Global Financial Crisis and What Comes Next – David Smith
  • Fantasy Island: The Gods that Failed: how Blind Faith in Markets has Cost us our Future – L Elliott & D Atkinson
  • Crisis Economics – Nouriel Roubini
  • The Undercover Economist – Tim Harford              
  • Adapt: Why Success Always Starts with Failure – Tim Harford
  • Why Globalisation Works – Martin Wolf               
  • Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet – Jeffery Sachs          
  • Making Globalisation Work – Joseph Stiglitz         
  • The Silent Takeover: IOU – The Debt Threat, Noreena Hertz         
  • The Great Crash – J K Galbraith            
  • The Affluent Society – J K Galbraith            
  • Sex, Drugs and Economics – Diane Coyle             
  • The Soulful Science: What Economists Really Do and Why it Matters – Diane Coyle
  • The Economics of Enough – Diane Coyle
  • Happiness: Lessons from a New Science – Richard Layard
  • Free to Choose – M & R Friedman
  • The Truth about Markets – John Kay
  • Everlasting Light Bulbs – John Kay
  • Critical Mass – Philip Ball    
  • Thinking Strategically – Dixit & Nalebuff
  • The Art of Strategy: A Game Theorist’s Guide to Success in Business and Life – A.K. Dixit & B.J Nalebuff
  • Game Theory at Work – James Miller       
  • China Inc – Ted Fishman    
  • Little Book of Big Ideas – Economics, M Forstater  
  • Fooled by Randomness – N Nicholas Taleb
  • The Black Swan – N Nicholas Taleb
  • Development as Freedom – Amartya Sen
  • The Bottom Billion – Paul Collier       
  • The Plundered Planet: How to Reconcile Prosperity with Nature – Paul Collier