MoneySense Workshop preparation video:
How does it work?

Find out what’s involved in the workshops, and how you can help young people make sense of money.

Getting involved

Bank employees can download our quick MoneySense guide to volunteering to get started.

By visiting the MoneySense workshop hub registered teachers can request to run a workshop, and registered volunteers can find upcoming workshop opportunities.


Log in to view the workshop resources

Or register as a volunteer



Teaching young people about money is one of the most important things you can do to equip them for success in adult life.

For the past 21 years, MoneySense has been committed to making a difference to the lives of young people and communities across the UK & Republic of Ireland – by delivering impartial financial education to young people. RBS plc employee volunteers play an important part in supporting teachers by bringing their experience and expertise to pupils’ learning.

Our workplaces, communities and children’s futures are all interlinked – becoming an RBS plc employee volunteer gives you the opportunity to make a difference, and give something back.

Volunteering provides employees with opportunities for personal and professional development, while schools and young people benefit from hearing about money management in a real-life context.

RBS plc employee volunteers support 'MoneySense Challenges', which are dedicated classroom workshops, delivered in partnership with teachers in primary and secondary schools.

The workshop helps pupils: put their learning into practice; develop confidence, self-reliance and enterprise skills; share creative ideas; and develop presentation and research skills.

Register to volunteer

If you're an employee interested in volunteering in schools, let us know – we’ll get in touch with you.