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MoneySense is an impartial financial education programme that uses real-life experiences to help young people develop good money habits.
Try these fun ideas and games - the age groups are just a guide so go ahead and explore...
Can you stick within your budget and order a meal in this restaurant for robots?
Loads of fun money-related things to do with your child when you're stuck at home.
Help your child keep track of their savings with this poster they can fill in.
Help Helen make good choices and keep her money safe as she saves for a new bike.
Here you'll find additional games, videos and interactives for young people to explore independently.
MoneySense provides an extensive range of interactive resources that can be delivered by teachers in class, as well as activities that young people can use independently at home.
Provides opportunities for parents and carers to be more actively involved in their child’s financial education
Helps teachers deliver core aspects of the curriculum in class and supports students with learning at home
Exciting and effective content tailored to the different stages of a young person’s financial journey
A ‘flipped learning’ approach allows young people to explore topics at home before a lesson at their own pace
Our employee volunteers bring real-world experience into classrooms and assemblies
Personal Finance Education Group (pfeg)
MoneySense has already helped millions of young people understand how money works. It's used to support financial education in thousands of UK and ROI schools.
MoneySense is designed to give young people the confidence they need to manage their money responsibly and effectively.
A good financial education is one of the most important skills needed to to equip young people for success in adult life.
MoneySense can provide young people with skills that employers value in the workplace such as planning & organisation and money management.