Mary Jane: You need money to buy clothes.
Danielle: And to live. You could go buy food and water to keep you alive.
Richard: And coleslaw.
Mary Jane: I think you need about #163;100 to live - #163;50 to #163;100 a year.
Danielle: If I had a lot of money I would spend it on clothes.
Richard: Clothes and cake.
Mary Jane: Water and a packet of crisps. I think the government get their money from the council. The teachers' boss is the council.
Danielle: They would probably buy stuff for the community. Like bins and shops and light to see and all that.
Richard: You couldn't survive without money.
Danielle: If you didn't have money you would get some from the bank.
Mary Jane: Or the council?
Richard: I would get money from the council. Or the bank. Or the government.
Danielle: Or my grandmother. I don't want to be too rich or too poor. I want to be something in between. Because if you are too much rich, people won't like you. You'd be all glamorous and you wouldn't have any friends or anything.
Richard: You could share the money.
Danielle: You'd have too much money to look after.
Mary Jane: I had a dream that I had a lot of money in the house.
Danielle: See, I had a dream, right, and I won a 20 pence, and it had a date on it, so I was sitting on all sorts of 20 pences.
Richard: That's so funny.
Danielle: I think it's difficult earning money if you had a hard job. It depends if you had a hard job.
Richard: Sweeping the floor is a hard job because you get a bad back.
Mary Jane: Cleaning toilets.
Richard: How about building houses? I think being a nursery teacher is an easy job because you just play with the kids.
Danielle: I would probably go for that.
Richard: They are really nice.
Danielle: Being a teacher is hard because you need to be smart, and you need to listen in school before you become a teacher.
Richard: Being in a shop is easy.
Danielle: A shop that does "buy one get one free" is easy. My mum says I'm going to be a fireman. And I'm like, what? What are you talking about?
Mary Jane: I'd like to be a janitor, but I can't. That's for boys.
Richard: I think teachers earn the most money. No, council, actually.
Danielle: People that solve crimes.
Mary Jane: Or lawyers.
Richard: Shopkeepers earn loads of money.
Danielle: A sister. Like a nun. They spend their money with other people who don't have any.
Mary Jane: They buy toys and they give them to the children that are sitting in the street.