A highly interactive financial education programme covering practical and relevant everyday financial matters.
These sessions are designed to get young people thinking and caring about their finances, both now and in their short and long-term futures.
- Session 1: Minimum wage, payslips, national insurance, tax, government spending, household costs, insurance, needs and wants, lifestyle choices, budgeting, unexpected costs, and savings.
- Session 2: Pensions, auto enrolment, investments, stocks and shares/cash ISAs, risk and saving, Interest, borrowing, credit and debt, and fraud and scams.
Money Twist approaches financial capability in a hands-on manner as young people play games and and physical activity in their learning. Each session is structured to look at where young people get money, what they do with it and why it matters.
Participants are encouraged to give their own views and critically analyse various financial problems that young people and adults are faced with, as well as considering their own financial futures.
Money Twist maps into the financial literacy elements of the Citizenship, Maths and PSHE curriculum. It is ideal for financial capability focus days, enterprise weeks, or can be built into a scheme of work over a number of weeks. Multiple Money Twist sessions can be run simultaneously to allow several classes to take part at once.
Money Twist has been evaluated and proven by The Money Advice Service’s Evidence Hub. This programme also won Children & Young People Now’s Financial Capability Award 2010!
MyBnk Cancellation Policy: Cancellations and changes made to scheduled deliveries incur costs to MyBnk. Any changes made less than two weeks in advance will result in a £100 or, if less than three working days, £250 charge per MyBnk trainer. Full Terms & Conditions here.
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!
Impact After This Programme
Teachers who thought MyBnk training was more effective than the training delivered by school staff
Of pupils who have not made a financial plan now would
Pupil’s shift towards moderating extreme spending and savings habits
"Wealth comes in more ways than one".
"A fool and their money is soon parted".
"The question isn’t at what age I want to retire, it’s at what income.” [George Freeman]
"Never confuse the size of your paycheck with the size of your talent".
"There are people who have money and people who are rich". [Coco Chanel]
"The more you LEARN the more you EARN".
"Having money shouldn't cost you".
"Save money, and money will save you!"
"If money is the sea, learn to ride the waves".
"Money speaks every language in the world".