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A financial education programme developed by the Bank of England in collaboration with Beano and TES. Money and Me includes 12 lessons designed to introduce young people, aged 5-11, to the economy and key financial concepts.

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A financial education programme developed by the Bank of England in collaboration with Beano and TES. Money and Me includes 12 lessons designed to introduce young people, aged 5-11, to the economy and key financial concepts.
Lesson 9 Money and me - Managing my money (Scottish curriculum)
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Lesson 9 Money and me - Managing my money (Scottish curriculum)

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Upper Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will identify times we should spend, borrow or save and demonstrate how budgeting works in practice. They will also explore how people budget and why they make the choice to spend, borrow or save. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 9 Money and me - Managing my money (Welsh curriculum)
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Lesson 9 Money and me - Managing my money (Welsh curriculum)

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Upper Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will identify times we should spend, borrow or save and demonstrate how budgeting works in practice. They will also explore how people budget and why they make the choice to spend, borrow or save. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 10 Money and me - How can I keep my money safe? (Welsh curriculum)
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Lesson 10 Money and me - How can I keep my money safe? (Welsh curriculum)

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Upper Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will explore the different ways money can be at risk, both online and offline and what can be done to keep it safe. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 11 Money and me - What is debt? (Welsh curriculum)
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Lesson 11 Money and me - What is debt? (Welsh curriculum)

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Upper Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will identify that debt can be good or bad and how banks lend responsibly. They will explore different types of debt and discuss if they are good or bad. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 12 Money and me - Ethical spending (Welsh curriculum)
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Lesson 12 Money and me - Ethical spending (Welsh curriculum)

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Upper Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will explore what is meant by ethical spending and the reasons why people choose to spend this way. They will consider the decisions they can make and positive outcomes to those decisions. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 4 Money and me - What can I do with money? (Welsh curriculum)
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Lesson 4 Money and me - What can I do with money? (Welsh curriculum)

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Lower Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will identify how we choose to use our money and make informed decisions. They will explore how we categorise needs and wants and make wise spending decisions. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 3 Money and me - What's new with money? (English curriculum)
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Lesson 3 Money and me - What's new with money? (English curriculum)

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Lower Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will explore the security features built in to today’s banknotes and the different methods of payment available. They will discuss when the different methods would be most suitable. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 7 Money and me - Why do prices change over time? (English curriculum)
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Lesson 7 Money and me - Why do prices change over time? (English curriculum)

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Upper Key Stage 2 This resource has been produced by the Bank of England, TES and Beano to provide schools with an engaging set of resources to help UK primary school pupils learn about money in a real-world context. Pupils will explore what supply and demand means and the effect that this can have on prices and inflation. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.