schools

How investing is teaching children about money - and life

The Shares4Schools competition pits teams of sixth-formers against each other, making their own trading decisions and investing real money

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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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Plan ahead to secure the best school catchment area

As kids head off to their new primary or secondary schools this week, it’s a timely reminder for anyone who has kids who will be starting school next year to consider moving to the best catchment areas.

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Financial firms support primary school money lessons

At Moneywise we believe that money lessons in primary schools should not be optional.

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Budget 2017: free childcare and free school transport to be extended

Free childcare for three and four-year-olds will double from 15 to 30 hours a week for working families in England, it’s been announced in today’s Budget.

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Parents shell out £165 to kit kids out for school

Kids are back to school this week, but American Express hasn’t been slacking on its summer holiday homework, it’s been busy researching the cost of school for parents and it’s come up with some expensive conclusions.

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Costs of half-term getaways soar

Taking the kids away this October half-term is 11% more expensive than the same time last year, according to research from M&S Bank.

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Back to school money-saving offers

With the start of the new school year just around the corner, you're probably on the lookout for a few last-minute bargains.

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Private school fees: the pros and cons

There's no doubt that those who attended private school are over-represented in the upper echelons of society.

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Kids carry valuables worth over £200 to school

As the school term starts, kids are carrying more than £201 worth of valuables to and from school each day, a new study has revealed.

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