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My Money Week knowledge organiser 5-12s

Designed for younger learners, this knowledge organiser is packed with useful facts and concepts to help pupils boost their financial literacy, from identifying coins and notes to understanding the difference between wants and needs.

Age: 5-12


My Money Week knowledge organiser 12-18s

This knowledge organiser is full of key financial terms and concepts for students to revisit and develop their financial literacy. Students can explore additional resources, including interactives, and practise what they have learned with friends and family to hone their financial knowledge.

Age: 12-18


Exploring money and mental health for 8-18s

Mental Health Awareness Week presentation 8-12s

Designed for younger learners, this presentation takes pupils through different case studies and activities to explore the ways money can affect their mental health.

Age: 8-12


Mental Health Awareness Week presentation 12-16s

Start the conversation with your students on the link between money and mental health, with these interactive case studies and activities.

Age: 12-16


Mental Health Awareness Week presentation 16-18s

Ideal for tutor time, this interactive resource encourages students to discuss the potential impacts of money on their mental health, through case studies and activities.

Age: 16-18



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