Get your school involved
Get your school involved
We may be a small charity, but we are at an exciting point in our evolution. We are currently working with 45 primary schools in the following regions:
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The 45 schools in phase 1 of our brand new Change the Game programme (starting in the 22/23 academic year) are all in areas of greater deprivation and are taking part in a longitudinal study which will ultimately be used to persuade the government to roll out primary financial education across the UK. We need to really focus on getting this new programme up and running, and iron out any teething problems before we can expand further as part of phase 2.
Phase 2 will likely start in the 24/25 academic year and will consist of bringing more schools serving communities of greater disadvantage into our existing regional hubs, as well as the creation of new hubs in areas that we do not work in currently.
We would love to hear from you if your school is in an area of greater deprivation that:-
- we already serve and you would like to register to join at the start of Phase 2. Please contact us at [email protected] and head up your email “ Registration for (either Bristol, Edinburgh, London, Lowestoft or Newcastle) expansion and provide us with your contact information and the name, address and size of your primary school.
- will be new to us. We really need to start with at least 6 schools in a region, so it would be a great help if you can introduce us to other schools in your region. Please contact us at [email protected] and head up your email “Registration for new hub in (name of your area) and provide us with your contact information and the name, address and size of your primary school.
We will be in touch to explain what you need to do to progress your registration and secure a place as part of our Change the Game Phase 2 delivery plan.
What we offer our schools
Resources for every year group
from Reception to Year 6 (P1 to P7), including a game-based financial education app
Clear handbooks, lesson plans, classroom presentations and videos
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How you can help
As financial literacy levels fall, income inequality rises, and a growing expectation for self provision causes a host of other issues, our work has never been more urgent.
We couldn't do it without you. Help us give the next generation a head start with their financial future.