Money is best learned before it's earned.
Wise words indeed – and that's why NatWest have been running MoneySense for over 21 years.
MoneySense is an impartial financial education programme for young people aged 5 to 18, helping them develop good money habits and build towards a better financial future.
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Research shows that young people should start to learn about managing money as young as possible. That's why NatWest has appointed MOG as Junior Consultant to the Bank on issues relating to young peoples finances.
NatWest MoneySense uses real-life money moments – like getting pocket money, buying a mobile phone or saving for a first car – to make learning about money feel relevant and fun.
MoneySense resources are free to use for teachers and parents, and has games, videos and interactive activities for young people to explore independently, all designed to help them be more confident about using money.
MoneySense is provided for free because NatWest believe teaching young people about money is one of the most important ways to equip them for adult life.
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MoneySense makes it easy for teachers to give lessons on a wide range of financial education topics with free accredited curriculum - linked resources.
The programme is written in collaboration with educational experts and has been independently accredited by the Personal Finance Education Group.
Get ready to grab some fast-moving coins! The aim of the game is to keep your money from running out for as long as possible. But watch out – some special coins have negative effects, so you need to avoid them if you can.
Learn more about money with this devious word game! Look for currencies of the world, top gifts and money terms in the grid, and make the tiles collapse as the the words disappear. But be careful you don't get stuck!
Slide sections of pipe around in this addictive puzzle and create a path for the cash to flow along.
It is at first, but watch out – you'll soon be tearing your hair out as it gets harder!