Join over 15,500 teachers who use MoneySense to teach their students about money.
MoneySense is a free, curriculum-linked, impartial financial education programme from NatWest which provides you with everything you need to teach 5-18 year-olds about money. It provides access to free resources which have direct links to DfE subjects and the programme is accredited by Young Enterprise and has received the Financial Education Quality Mark. Schools can request bank employees to help run free interactive workshops which allow the students to solve real life, money related issues. But don’t just take our word for it, our research shows 82% of 8-12-year olds believe their knowledge and understanding of money has improved since using the MoneySense programme.
Your Money Matters – First ever financial education textbook for Schools
Your Money Matters, the first-ever curriculum-mapped financial education textbook, is aimed at students aged 15 to 16, and will teach them about topics such as savings, budgeting, borrowing, student loans and identity theft. It was written by the financial education charity Young Money with guidance from MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis.