This case study explains how Glasshouses Primary School in rural North Yorkshire organised a transition project about how to keep the cost of living low whilst shopping in the village and supporting the local economy.
An assembly for Key Stage 4 to mark My Money Week (8th to 14th June 2015) including two short films, a game and a PowerPoint - Top Ten Tips for Dealing with Dosh. More resources like this can be viewed or downloaded for free from: www.truetube.co.uk
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A downloadable resource designed to help pupils develop their coin recognition skills. The resource can be used in a number of ways and are based on the traditional card games snap and pairs. Suitable for primary pupils as well as Key Stage 3 and 4 SEN pupils.
The My Money Mathematics Resources for delivering financial capability in mathematics at key stages 3 and 4 consists of engaging teaching units that use personal finance as a stimulating context for mathematics around 6 themes:
Introduction Money – What is it?
Money – Earning it
Money – Spending it
Money – Investing it
Money – Risking it
Money – Being enterprising with it
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