Economics insights

The third annual Old Tettenhallian Lecture was held at Tettenhall College in September. The speaker this year was Dr Andy Mottershead, a leading economics writer who was a teacher at the school for 36 years.

Dr Mottershead gave an insight into the UK economy and his perspective on how money could be better distributed and spent in the UK. The 100-strong audience included several of the school’s Sixth Form, some of whom are currently studying Business and Economics at A-Level. The rest of the 100-strong audience was made up by former pupils and both current and former staff keen to benefit from Dr Mottershead’s expertise.

Attendees gained a valuable insight into the UK economy, the impact of Brexit, the future of trade, industry and international affairs. A spokesperson said, “Tettenhall College would like to extend a huge thank you to Dr Mottershead for his time.”

Pictured- OT Club chair Peter Bodkin, Dr Andy Mottershead, Tettenhall head David Williams

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