Resources and Tools

If you are working to improve young people’s understanding of money, high quality resources are a great place to start. Below you will find tools and Quality Mark resources produced by us and the organisations we support that can be used by educators in formal and non-formal settings, parents/carers and children and young people themselves.

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Where Money Comes From and Making Wise Choices – KS1 Lesson Packs

4 – 7 Quality Mark

This resource includes two complete lesson packs for Key Stage 1 pupils, covering the important topics of Where money comes from and Making wise choices.  Each lesson pack includes a detailed lesson plan, accompanying PowerPoint presentation, and printable PDF activity sheets and resources to support delivery of the lesson. There are also Parent Postcards to encourage families to talk about money at home.

Ways to Pay and Household Budgeting – KS2 Lesson Packs

7 – 11 Quality Mark

This resource includes two complete lesson packs for Key Stage 2 pupils, covering the important topics of Ways to Pay and Household Budgeting.  Each lesson pack includes a detailed lesson plan, accompanying PowerPoint presentation, and printable PDF activity sheets and resources to support delivery of the lesson. There are also Parent Postcards to encourage families to talk about money at home.

Work Out Your Money – A Citizens Advice Havant Initiative

7 – 16 Quality Mark

A suite of five financial education lesson plans intended for delivery to a range of ages from year 4 to Year 11.

Spending Sense: SEN resource

11 – 16+ Quality Mark

A flexible resource, inclusive of editable activity sheets that can be completed digitally by secondary students, with mild to moderate special educational needs. The resource aims to develop their understanding of managing their money, making financial decisions, staying safe online and the world of work.

Managing My Money for Young Adults

15 – 19 Quality Mark

This is a free online Open University course designed to give 15-19 year olds personal financial management skills and the confidence to take control of their finances whether still studying, starting work or an apprenticeship or planning to go to university.

Money Skills

11 – 19 Quality Mark

LifeSkills created with Barclays, the free employability and financial capability programme, have created a suite of Money skills resources for KS3, KS4 and KS5. These lessons are designed to help teachers introduce students to financial capability skills and prepare them for life beyond education.

Your Money Matters – Financial Education Textbook

14 – 16 Quality Mark

Your Money Matters has been designed for use with young people age 14 - 16 and covers topics including spending and saving, borrowing, debt, insurance, student finance & future planning.

Financial Education Planning Framework: 11-19 years

11 – 19

This framework aims to support the planning, teaching, and progression of financial education by setting out the key areas of financial knowledge, skills and attitudes, across core themes.

Financial Education Planning Framework: 3-11 years

3 – 11

This framework aims to support the planning, teaching, and progression of financial education by setting out the key areas of financial knowledge, skills and attitudes, across four core themes.