Moneywise Get Financial Education Working Campaign

The Moneywise Get Financial Education Working Campaign is a call for Moneywise readers to take action, and to spread the word about resources and best practice. Together we can make the next generation better equipped to deal with the everyday challenges of managing money.

Enter the 2018 Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Competition now to win £12,500 of prizes for your school.

 

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Teaching kids about money

Teaching kids about money works

Children who have been taught about money at primary school are better able to defer gratification and save up for things they want than children who have not, according to a new study examining the effectiveness of...

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'What teacher would not be proud of students developing the skills they need for the future'

Dane Court Grammar School teacher, Ceri Diffley, winner of Moneywise’s Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Awards 2018 for the secondary school category, explains why it’s so important for children to learn about financial...

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Moneywise reveals its personal finance teachers of the year 2018

We salute the hard-working educators whose enthusiasm and innovative methods have got their students excited about personal finance and money management

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Last year's Personal Finance Teacher of the Year shares how she spent her winnings

Since winning Moneywise’s Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Competition last year, Claire Fovargue’s innovative methods of teaching children about money have appeared on the BBC national news, as well as BBC One’s Inside...

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We're all responsible for teaching kids about finance

It’s the responsibility of all of us to ensure children are taught about personal finance, the results of a recent Moneywise.co.uk poll reveal.

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MP signs up to judge Moneywise Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Awards as deadline extended

Julian Knight, the MP for Solihull and chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Education for Young People has joined the judging panel for the Moneywise Personal Finance Teacher of the Year 2018...

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WIN £12,500 of prizes for schools with our 2018 Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Competition

Enter the 2018 Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Competition now to win £12,500 of prizes for your school.

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Global Money Week: Schools need to spend more time on financial education

Parents with school-age children want their schools to put more emphasis on financial education, according to a new study from financial education charity MyBnk.

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Help kids to learn the value of money

We believe that if personal finance education is to be transformative, improvements are needed. And the work has to take place at home as well as at school.

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Board games to boost your kids’ life skills

Unlike the latest bit of plastic or Disney toy, traditional board games will entertain your kids and teach them about money too. 

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Fun ways to teach your kids about money - shared by Moneywise readers

A selection of Moneywise readers' words of wisdom, from saving into jam jars to earning extra for household chores.

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What 10 financial experts are teaching their kids about money

Tips from top financial professionals on how they encourage their offspring to start saving.

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Sitting in on personal finance lessons

Moneywise editor Moira O’Neill spent a day with financial education charity MyBnk to see how it teaches personal finance in secondary schools.

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Five fun apps teach kids about money

There is a lot of work to do to help our children understand money better.

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Best books to help your kids learn about money

We select eight page-turners that will boost your children’s interest in finance in entertaining and imaginative ways.

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Teaching adults about money

Moneywise readers: 'why we believe investing matters'

We asked you why you invest. What are your goals – greater returns, helping your kids… or having fun?

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Lessons from an all-female investment club

If you fancy dipping your toe in the stock market but would rather not do it alone, then why not set up an investment club? This is exactly what these 10 women have done. Moira O’Neill met them to find out more.

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Global Money Week: Two in five adults can’t calculate simple discounts when shopping

Adults in England perform poorly compared to other countries when it comes to financial numeracy, according to a new study conducted by University City of London (UCL) and Cambridge University.

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Financial advice: The good, the bad and the ugly

We asked 10 leading financial experts to reveal the very best and worst advice they’ve ever heard.

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Why we need to talk to friends and family about money

The lack of conversation has meant that generations have grown up without having frank conversations about money.

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Financial experts divulge their biggest money mistakes

We quiz financial experts to reveal the biggest mistakes they’ve made with their personal finances over the years – and the lessons they’ve learnt.

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TV presenter Kate Garraway: “What I would tell my 20-year-old self about money”

We asked TV presenter Kate Garraway, who hosted our Moneywise Customer Service Awards 2017, what she would like to tell her younger self. Here's what she said.

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