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MyBnk is a UK's leading trainer, designer and deliverer of financial education for young people. Our resources are segments of our award winning programmes. We deliver the UK's highest rated money skills project for young people. We deliver in London, the South East, South West, North East and North West of England. Get in touch for more info!

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MyBnk is a UK's leading trainer, designer and deliverer of financial education for young people. Our resources are segments of our award winning programmes. We deliver the UK's highest rated money skills project for young people. We deliver in London, the South East, South West, North East and North West of England. Get in touch for more info!
The Piggy Bank - saving, donating and investing
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The Piggy Bank - saving, donating and investing

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An hour long resource helping pupils set personal goals and differentiate between spending, saving, donating and investing money. The lesson, lasting approximately 2 hours (including prep time and focuses on young people aged between 9 and 14. You can order a specially designed piggy bank via info@kinder-cash.com for £7.85 or you can draw a whiteboard piggy bank with the relevant sections labelled.
Money Terms Wordsearch
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Money Terms Wordsearch

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Help young people familiarise themselves with common financial terminology with this nifty word search. Key Stage 3.
University Budget for Sixth Formers
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University Budget for Sixth Formers

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A great resource for young people considering university. This budget allows them to 'step into being a uni student' and calculate the costs of their lifestyle. The activity is a small slice of our charity's financial education programme, Uni Dosh, which prepares young people for the true cost of university. Delivered by our experts in your school or youth group, topics include, independent living, student finance and bursaries. See our website for more! www. mybnk. org
Money Marathon Board game
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Money Marathon Board game

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A fun financial education board game activity aimed at Key Stage 3 (11-14 year olds) to increase their understanding of financial terms and the impact of the financial decisions we make. Ideal for Citizenship, Business Studies or PSHE teachers. Participants will increase their understanding of financial terms and grasp the negative/positive impact of financial decisions. Covers: Bank, Credit Card, Interest, High Interest Savings Accounts, Credit History, Loan Shark, Inheritance, Microfinance, and Bankruptcy. Contents: Lesson Plan, instructions, video (link), board, die and counters. MyBnk provide a range of money skills workshops. Their flagship programme has the UK's highest effectiveness rating of any youth financial education project. (Money Advice Service)
Teacher Notes - Family Money Twist Years 3-6
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Teacher Notes - Family Money Twist Years 3-6

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Teacher notes to accompany MyBnk’s Family Money Twist home school programme for years 3-6. Family Money Twist KS2 is an online independent learning programme that teaches 7-11 year olds the basics of money whilst setting positive money habits. These financial education resources are designed for direct use by children, with actionable ‘tell/ask/show your parent’ activities to prompt important conversations throughout the home. They can be introduced via families or a teachers’ adapted curriculum. Three interactive sessions of videos, games and quizzes see children gain budgeting skills and develop an understanding of delayed gratification by creating saving goals. Sessions cover: Needs and Wants: Where money comes from, and understanding common needs and wants found in the home. How to Budget: Understanding the importance of budgeting, and creating a budget for bedroom decoration. Saving and Delayed Gratification: Exploring the concept of delayed gratification and creating personal saving goals. The programme involves maths, art, drama and literacy skills. Children can choose a task that compliments their learning style, through age and ability, with our ‘Make it, Say it, or Write it’ options in each session. In-person and virtual versions are also available along with a online Years 1-2 parent / teacher-led programme. Visit learning.mybnk.org to sign up and access the course content.
The Story of Money - Video & Comic Strip
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The Story of Money - Video & Comic Strip

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Money has changed greatly over the years. The aim of this whiteboard, video and poster activity is for young people to learn about its past, present, and future by describing the development of money over time. This resource is part of MyBnk’s Money Twist Key Stage 2 programme, a series of expert-led financial education sessions for Lower and Upper KS2 age pupils. This programme is funded by Kickstart Money To bring MyBnk to your school, contact info@mybnk.org
Money Dilemmas
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Money Dilemmas

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Mini case studies of young people with money problems. Help them solve it!
My Money - Spending & Saving - PowerPoint & Educator notes
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My Money - Spending & Saving - PowerPoint & Educator notes

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Discussion and quiz based exercises, designed to get young people to consider the importance of deals, feelings and individual circumstances when spending and saving. This resource is part of MyBnk’s Money Twist Key Stage 3 programme, an series of expert-led financial education sessions for 11-14 year olds. To bring MyBnk to your school, contact info@mybnk.org.
My Choices - Earning, spending & saving money - PowerPoint & Educator Notes
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My Choices - Earning, spending & saving money - PowerPoint & Educator Notes

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Quiz and discussion based activities designed to get young people thinking about earning, spending and saving money. This resource is part of MyBnk’s Money Twist Key Stage 4 programme, a series of expert-led financial education sessions for 14-16 year olds. To bring MyBnk to your school, contact info@mybnk.org.
Budget with MyBnk! Help young people reach goals
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Budget with MyBnk! Help young people reach goals

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A slice of MyBnk's Money Twist financial education programme. A 30 minute budgeting activity which uses video case studies of young people to present a budgeting challenge. Students work in teams to create a money saving budget and explore how they can make better spending decisions for the young person. There is a choice of three different case studies, each with their own videos, worksheets and PowerPoint slides.
OMG Celeb Money Quiz - What kind of saver / spender are you?
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OMG Celeb Money Quiz - What kind of saver / spender are you?

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A fun and topical quiz for 11-14 year olds probing attitudes and behaviours around personal finance issues such as saving and spending. Using celebrity examples and some maths, the resource allows teachers to explore students reasoning and perceptions on value, goals and the emotional side of money. This is a slice of our flagship financial education programme, Money Twist KS3. Funded workshops are delivered by experts armed with the latest resources and activities. Our sessions are proven and evaluated by the government's Money Advice Service. See our website to request a session. www.mybnk.org/programmes
Create your currency - Global Money Week
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Create your currency - Global Money Week

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Introduce students to the concept of currency, different forms money around the world and why countries use different currencies. Comes as a two part PowerPoint led classroom resource and Includes Educator Note, games, quizzes and short activities. Total time 40 minutes. Students will be asked to complete short activities, leading to them creating their own new currency, taking into account key terms learnt earlier such as exchange rates, design, symbol and form. This resource has been created for Global Money Week 2021. A worldwide campaign to raise awareness of financial education for young people. More info here.
'TicTock' investing  - Global Money Week
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'TicTock' investing - Global Money Week

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Understand the basics of investing, how it works, and the risks and rewards involved - particularly when listening to social media and influencers. These games, quizes, videos and audio resources can be delivered in the classroom via PowerPoint or as an online independent learning task. Both take around 15 minutes. This resource has been created for Global Money Week 2021. A worldwide campaign to raise awareness of financial education for young people. More info here.