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In light of the fast-evolving situation with the coronavirus, MoneySense will not be taking any workshop bookings until after the Easter holidays. You can however still use our wide variety of resources in the classroom and at home - visit the Teachers pages to browse videos, interactives games and lesson plans. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

Workshop resources for all ages

Register for MoneySense to book one of these workshops:

  • Super smoothie shop (5-10s)
  • How we use money (5-8s)
  • Fraud scene investigators (8-12s)
  • It’s party time! (8-12s)
  • Fraud scene investigators (12-16s)
  • Make a difference (12-16s)
  • A mobile plan (12-16s)
  • Designing a crowdfunded project (16-18s)

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What are MoneySense workshops?

MoneySense workshops provide bank employees with volunteering opportunities that can make a difference in the community, while schools benefit from the real-life experience and expertise that volunteers can bring to young people’s learning in the classroom. Watch our workshops video below or read our FAQs to find out more.

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97% of teachers think the involvement of business can improve their delivery of financial education.


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Children and a bank employee volunteer at a MoneySense workshop

 

Help young people learn about money

To get involved in a MoneySense workshop and access free classroom resources, register now and we’ll help you with the rest.

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Get in touch

If you would like to find out more about the teaching resources or workshops before you register, please contact the MoneySense Support Team:

moneysense@nationalschoolspartnership.com

+44(0)131 557 0815