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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My Money Week 2018 – Primary Resources

4 – 11

2018 sees My Money Week take place for the TENTH consecutive year. This year we have developed an exciting set of brand new digital resources focused around money decision making.

econoME

11 – 16 Quality Mark

The econoME programme gives young people greater economic and financial awareness, equipping them with the skills to make more informed decisions about personal financial choices.

Money-Matics: Exploring financial education in the primary mathematics curriculum

4 – 11 Quality Mark

This resource, developed in partnership with Nationwide Building Society. Its aim is to help primary teachers find innovative ways to include maths with a financial context in lessons.

A Practical Guide to Financial Education within PSHE education

11 – 16 Quality Mark

This resource is designed to: help teachers understand the connections between PSHE and financial education; and to help schools develop a coherent approach to the delivery of financial education.

Women’s World Cup 2019 Activity

11 – 14

The Young Money Advisory Service are happy to provide you with this free resource to celebrate the Women's World Cup 2019. This resource contains football themed discussions and activities including the gender pay gap in football, the cost of buying kits and more. These activities are designed for Lower Key Stage Three but there’s plenty of differentiation opportunities for both Key Stage Two and Upper Key Stage Three.

LifeSavers – The Five Big Questions About Money

4 – 11 Quality Mark

LifeSavers is a financial education programme for primary schools, helping children manage money wisely now and in the future.

MoneySense

5 – 18 Quality Mark

An impartial financial education resource for 5–18 year-olds created in collaboration with educational experts, and based on Young Money's financial education planning frameworks. The resource builds on the success of the previous Money Sense resource operating across all four key stages.

Money Management – First Payslip

16 – 25

For use by volunteers supporting young people, this session looks at the key areas of a payslip and defining the terms used, as well as developing an understanding of income tax and national insurance and the range of ways that people are paid for the work they do.

Money Management – Moving In

16 – 25

For use by volunteers supporting young people, this session considers the financial and domestic challenges individuals face when moving into their first home.