Who we work with

MyBnk brings financial education to life across the education and social sector in a variety of settings with many types of young people.

Schools & Teachers

To ensure maximum impact, MyBnk works closely with teachers to ensure our programmes map into your curriculum and takes into account a wide range of learning abilities.

Workshops can be tailored and single sessions applied to everything from an entire year group to a single class. Our Education Officers are fully trained and tested and come to your school armed with the latest resources all mapped to the National Curriculum.

The priority is for young people to get the financial education knowledge and enterprise experience that works best for them. See our case studies and impact centre for more.

Once you have identified the financial education or enterprise programme you would like to run at your school, click on the ‘Request a session’ button and complete the form. Or, if you would like to talk our Facilitation Team to discuss your needs, call 0203 581 9920 or email jade.rowlands@mybnk.org.

Vulnerable young people

MyBnk strives to work with the widest range of young people, including those that conventional education struggles to reach. We have forged partnerships with organisations to ensure we reach out to the most disadvantaged and financially vulnerable young people.

Our experts do this through face-to-face financial education and enterprise programmes, a Youth Advisory Panel and policy work. A quarter of our work is in this area. We have reached thousands of young people in hundreds of youth organisations, councils and housing associations across London and the North and South West of England. Workshops help young people detoxify money management and overcome the barriers to independent living in areas like managing benefits, tax, prioritising spending, and debt.

We have extensive experience helping:

  • Young Parents Groups.
  • Those in sheltered housing.
  • SEN, EAL and Esol students, including those with dyscalculia, dyspraxia or dyslexia.
  • NEETs, young offenders or those on probation.
  • Unaccompanied Asylum Seekers.


Housing Associations & Councils

MyBnk’s financial education and enterprise programmes deal with debt prevention and intervention.

Most of our work with housing associations focuses on the latter, helping young tenants in, or are at risk of getting in rent arrears manage their money and keep their tenancies.

However, we have increasing experience with young people before they get their tenancies as part of housing associations overall care, contract and commitment processes. This extends to young adults in sheltered housing, using budgeting and saving skills to make sustainable transitions to independent living.