Secondary Financial Capability
Key Stage 4: Real Money
A financial awareness role play activity, created by the Personal Development and Future Choices Department at Newent Community School and Sixth From for Key Stage 4 students.
The aim of the game is to provide students with an opportunity to work in groups and consider issues around financial management. At the outset, students are given a job role; they remain in this role throughout the game.
In small groups, students eventually select a house to rent and look at financial issues surrounding independent living.
By the end of the session, students will have an understanding of pay-slips, individual household budgeting, savings, credit and debit and debt.
Key Stage 5 Guidance, Resources, and Articles
Personal Finance Education Group - ideas for teaching resources in My Money Week as well as other resources concerning personal finance.
NatWest - My Money Sense - finance education support materials.
Paying for It - a free educational resource aimed at raising economic awareness in 14 to 18-year-olds.
Fool - Stock investing advice.
Money Advice Service - Free and impartial money advice.
The Mix - Home Truths information pack provides real home truths to make sure young people are ready for what's to come!
Young Money - Free Financial Education Planning Frameworks for 11-19 years
Whatever we do with money, we need to manage it well. A planned programme of financial education, combining mathematics, citizenship and PSHE education, can help give children and young people the confidence, skills and knowledge they need to manage their money, now and in the future.
Young Money (formerly pfeg) has created free Financial Education Planning Frameworks for 11 - 19 years.