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Financial Education


Vault: Building a financial foundation with pupils aged 9–11

Course Details

Target User:

Target User:

Ages 9–11
Upper KS2

Curriculum Placement:

Curriculum Placement:

PSHE (and related subjects), English, Maths, Personal Development

Time:

Time:

2.5 hours

No Cost:

No Cost:

Free for teachers
and pupils

Quality assured

Quality assured

by Young Money, supported by Money & Pensions Service

Overview

Make a lasting impact on the children in your community by providing them with interactive financial education that will set them up for future success. Vault: Understanding Money is an online learning course designed to develop key foundational skills and bring complex financial concepts to life for pupils through engaging lessons and gamified learning experiences.

Vault teaches pupils about fiscal responsibility, money management, credit and borrowing, saving and more.

Our sponsorship programme enables your company to drive measurable and lasting social impact by supporting children’s financial learning at scale.

Why Sponsor Vault?

  • Fully white-labelled digital platform to build crucial financial life skills in children
  • Ability to build the reach of your programme in UK schools
  • Robust reports on student reach and knowledge gain data to show your impact
  • Opportunity to add additional bespoke elements, such as facilitated employee volunteering opportunities
  • Accredited with the Financial Education Quality Mark, Vault has been assessed by a panel of independent financial and education experts

Sponsor This Course

Fill out the form today to find out more about sponsoring Vault for pupils in your community.









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    Activation

    When you sponsor Vault, you will be supported by our bespoke creative services, including marketing, PR, events, content development, competitions, research and evaluation.