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Financial Education - Children and Young People

Financial education is learning about how money works but only 48% of children and young people in the UK receive a meaningful financial education. Whether you work with young people or want to learn more as a parent, there are a lot of resources available to help. 

Young Enterprise have created a range of resources and tools for different ages, covering various topics at Young Enterprise Resources and Tools

MyBnk offer a range of e-learning, guides and tools to help young people take control of their finances at MyBnk

Money Saving Expert has a helpful guide about financial education with links to textbooks, useful videos and more free resources at MSE financial education

Money Heroes resources and support offers are for anyone who wants to help children learn about money, with separate sections for parents, carers and teachers that can be tailored to different ages at Money Heroes

The Money & Pensions Service have created Talk Learn Do providing helpful guides on how to talk to 3 to 11 year olds about money at Talk Learn Do

If you work with customers aged 19 or over who are interested in financial education, they can access free numeracy courses through Multiply which helps to build confidence with numbers and gain a qualification. Multiply is a new government-funded programme to help adults improve their numeracy skills. Find out more at Multiply - Sunderland City Council


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