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Dedicated teacher guide and presentations to introduce Talk Money Week to both primary and secondary pupils. Designed to use in the classroom or an assembly during Talk Money Week and after the event.
This topic looks at payment cards and specifically the differences between using a debit or a credit card. It contains differentiated resources for pupils with SEND.
This topic explores where people get money from, including working to earn money and saving for the future. It contains differentiated resources for pupils with SEND.
This topic explores cash, cheques, bank cards, online payments and the best way to pay in different situations. It contains differentiated resources for pupils with SEND.
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