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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 5 Money and me - Introduction to banking (English curriculum)
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Lesson 5 Money and me - Introduction to banking (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 learn to identify what a bank is and how it works, along with how they make money through the ‘money cycle’. Further activities develop an understanding of investments and interest. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 11 Money and me - What is debt? (English curriculum)
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Lesson 11 Money and me - What is debt? (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 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 1 Money and me - All about money (English curriculum)
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Lesson 1 Money and me - All about money (English curriculum)

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Key Stage 1 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 learn to recognise money and pounds and pence symbols, combining money to create values. They will solve addition and subtraction problems using money and work out change in different scenarios. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 2 Money and me - What is money (English curriculum)
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Lesson 2 Money and me - What is 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 learn why money is important and why money was invented. They will explore how currency has changed over time and the different uses for money. 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.
Lesson 6 Money and me - The Bank of England (English curriculum)
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Lesson 6 Money and me - The Bank of England (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 identify the main roles of the Bank of England; how interest rates are used to encourage spending and saving and the effect on inflation and financial stability. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 2 Money and me - What is money (Scottish curriculum)
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Lesson 2 Money and me - What is money (Scottish 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 learn why money is important and why money was invented. They will explore how currency has changed over time and the different uses for money. These lessons have been accredited by Young Money and fit within the Financial Education Planning Framework.
Lesson 9 Money and me - Managing my money (English curriculum)
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Lesson 9 Money and me - Managing my money (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 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.