Our work

MyBnk provides a range of financial education and enterprise workshops for 7-25 year olds in schools and youth organisations. Ideal for PSHE, Citizenship, Maths, Business, and Enterprise students as well as independent living and work programmes

School age

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.

Primary

Money Twist - Lower KS2

Aimed at 7-9 year olds in primary schools. This combines full year assemblies, workshops and teacher and family resources to build positive habits early, such as saving and budgeting and improving financial confidence. Independently Assessed by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works’ Fund. Free.

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Money Twist - Upper KS2

Aimed at 9-11 year olds in primary schools. This combines full year assemblies, workshops and teacher and family resources to build positive habits early, such as saving and budgeting and improving financial confidence. Independently Assessed by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works’ Fund. Free.

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Secondary

Money Twist KS3

Aimed at 11-14 year olds in secondary schools. This programme covers practical and relevant everyday financial matters including budgeting, needs vs wants, careers, tax, banking, interest, and savings. Independently evaluated by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works Fund’.

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Money Twist KS4

Aimed at 14-16 year olds in secondary schools. This 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’.

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Sixth Form / College

MyBnk - Financial Education - Money Twist KS5

Money Twist KS5

Aimed at 16-18 year olds in secondary schools. This 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.

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Uni Dosh

Aimed at 16-18 year olds considering going to university. A comprehensive overview of student finance, banking, employment, tax, and the importance of budgeting when living independently.

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Sporty Money Twist

Bringing money to life through sport. This innovative blend of active games and discussions communicates key financial messages like budgeting, tax and consumer choice in a physical, fun and effective way. Developed for outdoor provision such as National Citizenship Service.

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MyBnk - Financial Education - Money Mechanics

Money Mechanics

A ground-breaking financial and enterprise education programme aimed at boosting the financial literacy and confidence of young Deaf and blind people in the UK. Delivered by the Royal Association for Deaf people. Training in Sight Impaired financial education available by MyBnk.

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Young adults

Our expert-led programmes aim to give vulnerable young adults '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.

Money Works

Aimed at young adults not in mainstream education. This accredited survival money management programme focuses on independent living, digital finance skills and debt prioritisation. Independently evaluated by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works Fund’.

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The Money House

A simulated living programme in real flats helping young people in, or about to move into housing, manage their money and remain independent. Taking referrals on a continuous basis. Based in Greenwich, Newham and Westminster. Independently evaluated by the Money Advice Service’s ‘What Works Fund’.

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Enterprise Education

We see enterprise as a powerful catalyst to bring money and business skills to life.

Through our timed market and social enterprise challenges, using interest free loans and ethical products, young people gain valuable employability and soft skills. Topics range from idea generation, product design and pricing to marketing and customer service. Working in teams, they learn how to form business plans, forecast sales, calculate profit/income and analyse risk and rewards.

Enterprise-in-a-Box

A start-up toolkit for budding social entrepreneurs that puts business and sales training into practice. Featuring exclusive ethical products that young people are challenged to then sell in their community.

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Consultation & Collaboration

We want to reach more young people by supporting other organisations and sharing our expertise in financial education and enterprise.

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Free Resources

Bring money to life with these select choices from our award winning workshops covering topics such as saving and budgeting, jargon busting and enterprise and videos.

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How does it work?

MyBnk’s expert trainers will come to your organisation with our colourful resources including worksheets, powerpoints and audio-visual aids to deliver our workshops.

Sessions range from single 100 minute blocks to full days and programmes spread out over several weeks. Programmes are closely mapped to the National Curriculum, been independently assessed and have won a number of high profile awards and press coverage. We also have a rich archive of Free Resources and links to other providers and services.

Case Studies

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 and enterprise experiences pack a BIG punch!

"It makes maths real!" Improving teens numeracy skills by understanding investment

"I'm getting them on this course!" Single mother Chantel, 19, takes control of her finances, and her future

"Learning to live independently taught me I had worth" Leaving care and dodging bankruptcy

Impact

99

Of young people
rated our trainers as
‘Good or Excellent’

40

Increase in young people
understanding how a pension works

26

 Increase in vulnerable young people saving saving money online

Education & Facilitation Team

“Don’t let making a living prevent you from making a life.” [John Wooden]

Fiona Montgomery

Head of Education - School Age

Dominique Kent-Saisch

Education Officer

"I want young people to understand things like APR as much as they understand LOL".

Carl Clarke

Education Officer

"The question isn’t at what age I want to retire, it’s at what income.” [George Freeman]

Andy Small

Education Officer

"Never confuse the size of your paycheck with the size of your talent".

Laura Mattson

Education Officer

"There are people who have money and people who are rich". [Coco Chanel]

Wendy Grace

Education officer

"The more you LEARN the more you EARN".

Laura Ellis

Regional Education Officer - South

"Having money shouldn't cost you".

Natalie Bartlett

Regional Education Officer- South

"Save money, and money will save you!"

Naomi Darling

Communications & Facilitation Assistant

"If money is the sea, learn to ride the waves".

Jade Rowlands

Partnership Manager

"Money speaks every language in the world".

Kate White

Education Coordinator

"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." [Benjamin Franklin]

Madeleine Berry

Project Manager – The Money House

Tope Chiedozie

Lead Trainer - The Money House

"Take care of the pennies and the pounds take care of themselves!"

Wayne Jordan

Lead Trainer - The Money House

“Always remember to spend on your NEEDS, before your WANTS”.

Shaneka Griffith

Lead Trainer - The Money House

"Don’t make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off you”. [Maya Angelou]

Natasha Gray

Training Assistant - The Money House

"MyBnk is more than just a job. It's a lifestyle!"

Nadia Lamaani

Training Assistant - The Money House

"If you want to be wealthy, think of saving as well as getting".

Jade Edwards

Project Coordinator - The Money House

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest”. [Benjamin Franklin]

Seraye Delnissaw

Project Administrator - The Money House

“Everyone needs MyBnk in their lives."

Keeley Stephenson

Training Assistant - The Money House

Supporting The Money House project to help young people moving into independent living.

JP Morgan Chase & Co.

The Money House

Supporting The Money House project to help young people moving into independent living.

The Berkeley Charitable Foundation

The Money House

Supporting The Money House project to help young people moving into independent living.

L&Q

The Money House