My Money Week is a national activity week for primary and secondary schools that provides a fantastic opportunity for young people to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence in money matters to thrive in society. It’s the highest profile and most recognised personal finance education initiative in England.

You can access all My Money Week resources back to 2014 via our My Money Week Resource Hub.

My Money Week aims to get young people aged 4 – 19 excited and interested in financial matters. It’s a great introduction for educators who are new to financial education and each year it provides brand new resources, materials and ideas for those already teaching it.

Due to the current school closures, we’ll be doing My Money Week a little differently in 2020. Our new My Money Week 2020 resources will still be available from the end of April, and they will be accompanied by a Home Learning Guide with advice about how the resources can be used as part of home learning while schools are closed.

We have just launched our new My Money Week Resource Hub, where you can sign up for a My Money Week account and access all current and previous My Money Week resources.

Note: To sign up to the My Money Week Resource Hub as a parent, please use your child’s school name and address in the Organisation Name and Organisation Address fields on the registration form, and select Parent/Home Educator under Organisation Type.

We’d love to hear what you did for My Money Week 2020.

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For more information about My Money Week, please contact:

Emma-Jayne Turner

My Money Week has taken place year on year since 2009 meaning hundreds of thousands of young people have left school with a thorough understanding of personal finance, saving wisely, credit and debt, keeping money safe and how to budget.

99% of teachers have said that their students showed an increase in knowledge and skills as a result of using our My Money Week resources.

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