Teacher Resource Packs

Teacher Resource Packs in Cupboard

The Money Charity believes that educating pupils at school about their finances, at an age where they’re starting to encounter having their own money and making future decisions, is one of the most important things we can do. But it can be really hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve used our years of experience to create sets of engaging and interactive Teacher Resource Packs which will help you and your school deliver quality Financial Education ‘in-house’, or as a supplement to one of our Money Workshops. A set of seven KS3 or KS4 packs will cost just £4, or you can get all 13 packs for just £8. Either way, it’s great value!*

Our Teacher Resource Packs:

  • Are designed to fit into the national curriculum
  • Have been created using input and feedback from teachers
  • Can work as a stand-alone session or be used to build on one of our Financial Education Money Workshops
  • Contain around 1 hours’ worth of content, with three activities, such as card sorts, board games, clue hunts and discussions, each lasting around 20 minutes
  • Arrive fully-formed with all the instructions and resources needed to run the activities, each of which can also work as a stand-alone exercise, or within the full session

To get started delivering engaging and interactive Financial Education yourself, order a set of our Teacher Resource Packs from our Resources page.* We charge a small amount for the packs, which simply covers our administrative and postage costs, meaning they are still great value for your school.*

*Please note that due to funding restrictions, we can only send our packs to schools. When ordering, please provide relevant details clearly so we can verify this.


The 13 Packs cover the following subjects:

  • KS3 Banking – Understanding technical terms related to banking, how bank accounts work and how we can use and access banking services in everyday life
  • KS3 Budgeting –Understanding how to budget in everyday life, including the differences between income and expenditure as well as the link between money and emotional health
  • KS3 Credit – Understanding different types of credit, what credit scores are and differences between manageable and unmanageable debt
  • KS3 Planning for Your Goals – Understanding what makes a good SMART goal, what key information is needed to create one and why it’s important to remain flexible in setting goals
  • KS3 SavingsUnderstanding the benefits of savings, how to save and build confidence in opening a savings account
  • KS3 Savvy Consumer – Understanding the costs and unit costs of goods to help make sensible choices about purchases, including special offers
  • Joint Pack: KS3 + KS4 Housing: Mortgages and Renting – Understanding key terms about renting and mortgages, how to compare different renting options and how mortgages work
  • KS4 Banking – Understanding technical terms when talking about banking, how to read a bank statement and the different bank accounts out there
  • KS4 Budgeting – Understanding how money can affect lifestyles, how to budget for your choices and use a budget plan
  • KS4 Credit – Understanding different types of credit, what credit scores are and differences between manageable and unmanageable debt
  • KS4 Getting Paid – Understanding how your earnings can be impacted by Tax, National Insurance and other factors when reading a bank statement and when you are earning an income
  • KS4 Planning for Your Goals Teacher Guide – Understanding how to research and what costs are associated with goals and describe what makes a good plan – No longer available in hard copy, download only
  • KS4 Savings – Understanding how savings can benefit you, how to create a good savings plan and increase your knowledge about different saving products