Young Money is part of Young Enterprise, and we educate young people to grow up with the life skills, knowledge and confidence they need to successfully earn and manage money.
We’re here to support schools, colleges and universities by providing expert advice and high quality educational resourced that will engage and inspire. We are the most trusted provider of knowledge, resources and support for those teaching about money.
Teacher Training – Regional Primary and Secondary Money Matters, Primary Money Maths and Primary and Secondary Enterprising Teaching teacher training sessions are taking place across England and Wales over the course of the academic year.
The Advisory Service – Free support, advice and guidance for anyone teaching children and young people about money; including lesson and curriculum planning, advice on resources and guidance on assessing the impact of financial education.
My Money Week – a national activity week for schools that provides a fantastic opportunity for young people to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence in money matters to thrive in our society.
Financial Education Subscription Service – over 50 primary and secondary ready-to-use money matters lesson plans complete with activity sheets and PowerPoint slides.
The Quality Mark – the UK’s only widely-recognised accreditation system for financial education resources, playing a crucial role in supporting high quality financial education teaching and learning.
OUR PROJECTS & PROGRAMMES
Centres of Excellence – a best practise programme which supports schools to develop and embed practical, effective and sustainable financial education for their young people.
LifeSavers – a partnership between the Just Finance Foundation and Young Money supporting primary schools in setting up savings clubs and helping children and their families learn about money.
Vulnerable Young People Practitioner Training – regional training events for practitioners who work with young offenders and those at risk of becoming NEET.
Maths in Context – an academic research trial exploring whether teaching secondary maths using financial contexts can positively impact on students attainment and engagement at GCSE level maths.
What Works for Financial Education – a teacher led trial exploring the impact that training teachers has on the financial capability of the post 16 students they go on to teach.