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Preparing your students to be able to manage their money and understand the financial options available to them is vital in today’s world.
Although it has been a statutory part of the curriculum since September 2014, it’s worryingly clear that the provision of financial education in schools is falling far short of its intended objectives and leaving too many teenagers unprepared in facing their financial futures.
62% of young people say they worry regularly about money; and 76% say they would like to learn more about it.
While these are big issues to tackle, for the vast majority it’s not a case of a lack of will, but rather a lack of resources.
In an overcrowded curriculum, how do we ensure financial education is given due prominence? And how do we give teachers themselves the self-assurance to deliver this complex subject matter?
The London Institute of Banking & Finance’s fully interactive, e-learning Financial Capability programmes can be delivered in school, from home or even on the go, helping you to provide the right skills to your students without relying on timetabled teaching time.
You may even want to give the programme a go yourself.
Alongside the programmes comes a strong support network, guiding you through the subject and giving you the knowledge to deliver financial education with confidence.
Find out more at libf.ac.uk/fc.
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