MoneySense extends support to parents

MoneySense extends support to parents

MoneySense, the bank’s flagship financial education programme, has launched materials to support parents who want to teach their children about money.

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22 September 2016

Children learning at MoneySense event

MoneySense has been teaching children how to manage money for 21 years.


The new material will support any parent with a child between 5 and 18 years old by helping them talk about money in a fun and interactive way. The launch materials include games, activities and posters.



The MoneySense programme relaunched for its 21st birthday in October 2015. Over its 21 year lifetime it has helped millions of children learn about money and it aims reach another one million young people by the end of 2018.

MoneySense is free, impartial and supports the curriculum. 

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