Your Money Matters – Northern Ireland

Your Money Matters – Impact Evaluation

The University of Edinburgh, alongside Young Money and the Money and Pensions Service, is conducting an evaluation of the impact of the Your Money Matters textbook and teachers’ resources on the knowledge, skills and confidence of both teachers and young people.

We are looking for schools from across the UK to participate in this evaluation through completing surveys and taking part in case studies. The evaluation opportunities available are slightly different for each nation, so click on the link below to find out more about how you can get involved.

Find out more about the Your Money Matters evaluation

Textbook and Teacher's Guide

Download the Northern Ireland Edition of Your Money Matters and the accompanying Teacher’s Guide.

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Lesson PowerPoints

Download PowerPoint versions of each chapter of the Your Money Matters textbook.

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Financial Education Planning Framework

The Financial Education Planning frameworks 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.

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Funders & Supporters

Young Money would like to take this opportunity to thank Martin Lewis OBE, founder of, for his generous donation, direction and passion that made the original Your Money Matters textbook possible, and for his contribution to this edition for Northern Ireland.

Young Money would also like to thank the Money and Pensions Service for providing funding alongside Martin Lewis to produce and deliver the textbook into schools in Northern Ireland.

We are very grateful for the advice and support offered by Young Enterprise Northern Ireland and CCEA, alongside teachers and industry experts in Northern Ireland who gave invaluable advice and support to ensure that the textbook was contextualised within a Northern Irish framework.

Young Enterprise Northern Ireland supports educational centres in Northern Ireland to develop the financial capability of the young people they work with.

We offer schools resources and support to make teaching financial education easy. We know that every school and college is unique and needs to find its own solution to meeting the needs of its learners. We believe that teachers know their pupils best and understand how to integrate financial capability into lessons and meet the requirements of their school curriculum.

Please visit the Young Enterprise Northern Ireland website to get ideas, inspiration, advice and to access our full range of resources and services.

Find out more about our funders & supporters