Browse the resources below to find the right material for your class, or filter the range of teaching topics by money themes or curriculum links.
Showing 13 matching topics
The ‘Path to sustainability: Carbon footprint tracker’ lesson helps students to develop their financial capabilities as they explore the impact of their purchasing decisions and lifestyle choices on the environment.
The ‘Path to independence: Budget planning’ lesson supports young people in managing and updating a budget through different circumstances.
Students will learn about saving, borrowing and lending money through this immersive Escape Room interactive activity and reflection task.
Students find out what is involved in setting up a new sustainable business by listening to the real-life experience of two entrepreneurs.
This topic focuses on the financial implications of planning for the future, and specifically borrowing money.
This topic explores financial risk and how to manage it through planning or taking insurance.
This topic looks at starting a new business and putting together a business plan.
This topic looks at the relationship between education, training, jobs and income, and their link to life goals.
This topic looks at identifying financial risks and rewards, making informed decisions, and managing the consequences of risks.
In this topic, students investigate different sources of regulated and unregulated financial guidance, considering the reliability of each.
In this topic, students look at different forms of identity theft and fraud, the financial and emotional impact they might have, and ways to avoid them.
This topic explores different financial products, analysing the costs and benefits of products, and empowering students to be responsible for the financial choices they make now and in the future.
This topic explores two important issues that put young people at risk: online gambling and money mule schemes.