Our expert-led programmes aim to give young adults in vulnerable circumstances ‘survival’ money skills and knowledge that they can implement immediately in their transition into independent living.
These financial education workshops focus on debt prioritisation, money management and digital finance skills. Delivered through councils, charities and non-mainstream education institutions, we help those often not in employment, education or training or leaving care, detoxify their relationship with money.
Aimed at young adults not in mainstream education. This directly delivered and accredited survival money management programme focuses on independent living, digital finance skills and debt prioritisation. A virtual version is also available. Independently evaluated by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works Fund’.
Our expert-led school age programmes aim to build financial capability at key transitional moments, addressing mindsets, attitudes and behaviours to help young people form an understanding of the wider world of money.
These financial education workshops help form positive habits like saving and delayed gratification, connect the dots between public and personal finance and arm young people with practical money skills. This teaches them how to navigate the system and make informed decisions. Topics range from budgeting, banking and borrowing to student finance, tax and pensions.
Many of our programmes are free or fully funded and are delivered directly in-person or as online courses.
Money Twist P3/4
Aimed at P3/4 pupils in primary schools. This free directly delivered programme combines full year assemblies, workshops and teacher and family resources to build positive habits early, such as saving and budgeting and improving financial confidence. Online version also available. Independently Assessed by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works’ Fund.
Money Twist P5/6
Aimed at P5/6 pupils in primary schools. This free and directly delivered programme combines full year assemblies, workshops and teacher and family resources to build positive habits early, such as saving and budgeting and improving financial confidence. Online version also available. Independently Assessed by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works’ Fund.
Money Twist S4
Aimed at S4 pupils in secondary schools. This directly delivered programme covers practical and relevant everyday financial matters including budgeting, investments, needs vs wants, careers, tax, fraud, banking, and savings. Independently evaluated by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works Fund’.
Money Twist S5/6
Aimed at S5/S6 pupils in secondary schools. This directly delivered programme covers practical and relevant everyday financial matters including minimum wage, payslips, national insurance, tax, pensions, living costs, needs and wants, budgeting, credit and debt and savings.
Uni Money Tips - Get Ready for Independent Living
Planning for uni can be overwhelming – especially the money side of things. But it doesn’t have to be. We’ve created a guide to give you the information you need to become financially independent covering student finance, banking, borrowing, budgeting and spending.
Online Money Twist
A free interactive financial education programme that brings money to life for S1-3 pupils whilst setting positive money habits.
From opening a first bank account and trading in real markets, to moving out of care and into independent living, MyBnk’s financial education workshops pack a BIG punch!
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