Financial education

Young Money launches ‘Money Heroes’ education programme to connect parents and teachers through Covid-19 and beyond

Young Money has this week launched its ambitious new Money Heroes financial education programme, centred around an innovative and sector-leading online platform designed to help teachers and parents collaborate on the delivery of meaningful and fun home and school learning. Developed with support from HSBC UK, the new programme aims …

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TransUnion and Leeds United team up to teach teens about finance

TransUnion, one of the UK’s leading credit reference agencies, has teamed up with Premier League football club Leeds United to take its education programme – Credit Scores Explained – into schools. Focusing on being financially fit in preparation for adult life, the #KnowYourScore initiative will launch in Leeds, ahead of …

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One in five financial education teachers are not confident teaching the topic

Secondary school teachers overwhelmingly consider financial education important, but many lack the confidence to teach the topic. This is according to new research commissioned by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Financial Education for Young People and funded by Martin Lewis OBE (founder of MoneySavingExpert.com), which conducted a survey of secondary school …

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Citi Money Gallery education programme launches in secondary schools

The British Museum has developed a unique programme to assist secondary school teachers in delivering the new  financial education requirements as part of the revised national curriculum. The newly developed Citi Money Gallery secondary education programme delivers financial education in a historical context through objects in the collection, emphasising the …

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