Politicians have signed a pledge to support compulsory financial education in primary schools.
The campaign is led by Kickstart Money, a group of the UK’s largest investment firms who also support the delivery of our primary school programme.
MPs and members of the House of Lords joined us and 56 pupils from Ashburnham Primary School to take party in several Money Twist sessions covering topics such as saving, risk and interest.
You can find a video and the results of the Money Advice Service funded and Substance authored impact report, here.
Politicians who supported the campaign for compulsory money lessons in primary schools included:
- Rt Hon Greg Hands MP.
- Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP.
- Dr David Drew.
- Rupa Huq MP.
- Jeremy Quin MP.
- Nic Dakin MP.
- Sandy Martin MP.
- Jim Shannon MP.
- Dr David Drew MP.
- Viscount Brookeborough (Alan Brooke).
- Baroness Lorely Burt of Solihull.