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From understanding what to do with Child Trust Funds to setting achievable goals; help your students on the road to financial independence with our free classroom resources.
In our opening module, Coming of Age, students will learn what a Child Trust Fund is, whether they’re eligible for one — and how they can claim it.
During our second module, Planning What You Want from Your Money, students will learn all about making financial choices and goals.
Our third module, Making the Most of a Lump Sum, explores the different ways students can use a lump sum of money, including saving and investing.
For our final module, Good Money Habits for Life, students will get to grips with budgeting and saving to help achieve financial goals and resilience.
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— Secondary & Sixth Form Teacher, English & Functional Skills, North East
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— Secondary & Sixth Form Teacher, RE & PSHE, North West
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