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Teachers and youth workers play a crucial role in young people’s lives, often being the first port of call for information and advice that they’re more reluctant to ask their parents or carers. This includes information about finance and money.

As we head back to school, it’s a great time to think about how we can help students develop strong financial skills. Financial education is essential as it helps young people make informed financial decisions that can positively impact their futures. And with the cost of living the biggest worry for over 50% of young people, there’s never been a more important time to help build the money skills, knowledge and confidence of the next generation.

At MyBnk, improving the financial capability of young people is at the heart of what we do. We’re proud to partner with schools and youth organisations across the country to help teachers and youth workers provide their students with more opportunities to improve their financial literacy. We understand the pressures on teachers and youth workers, and aim to alleviate this stress by sending our financial education experts into your organisations. Financial education is currently on the national curriculum at secondary age in England and also for primary age in other nations.

We have programmes available for ages 7-25, many of which are fully-funded by our generous funders and corporate partners. We now work across the UK, from hubs in London and the South East, the Midlands, South Coast, the North West and Scotland. See our full range of programmes.

Our sessions:

  • Use age-appropriate resources. When teaching financial concepts, it’s important to use resources that are appropriate for the age of the students we deliver to. With references to current events and popular culture, we also offer great resources available to young children, teenagers, and young adults.
  • Make finance fun. Financial education doesn’t have to be boring! We incorporate games, activities and challenges in our sessions to teach financial concepts, making financial education fun and engaging for students.
  • Involve parents and carers. Parents and carers play an important role in their children’s financial education, so we also have online resources that encourage them to get involved in financial education activities at home.
  • Have an impact. After our programmes, 2/3 of 7-11 year olds started a money goal, 74% of teenagers kept closer track of money and 60% more young adults had savings.

Financial education is an important part of a well-rounded education. By working with MyBnk, teachers and youth organisations can help ensure that all young people have the financial skills they need to succeed in life.

If you’re a teacher or youth worker who is interested in learning more about how MyBnk can help you teach financial education, you can request a session by filling out a quick form.