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Nationwide Education - helping you teach financial education

Are you looking for resources to support financial education in your classroom? Have a look at the Nationwide Education portal which provides support to teachers and parents, and resources for…

You wanna talk numbers? We can talk numbers!

Building on the success of Nationwide Education, Nationwide aims to improve the numeracy of 200,000 young people by 2017. Our Talking Numbers programme is made up of a wide range…

Check out the wealth of FREE resources on Nationwide Education!

Nationwide Education is an award-winning independent website which educates young people aged 2–18+ on money, numeracy, careers, sustainability and safety in the home and on the roads, via games, factsheets,…

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Our site is packed full of free programmes and resources to help educate children and young people in the areas of Financial Capability, Sustainable Living, Employability and Safety. Check them out!

Get Real with money #2

It can be tricky to discuss financial issues with young people as often they don’t see the point! In Get Real with money #2, our humorous and engaging characters, Ben, Rio and Amber continue to create realistic contexts to get your students talking and learning finance.

Check-it-out!

Give pupils a fun, helping hand with real-life calculations.

Banking Basics Films

Watch and learn from our new films.

Counting on Money

What money is, where it comes from and where it goes.

Working world

Take a virtual tour through a corporate environment.

Fun for all ages 2 - 18+

Our programmes engage children and young people of all ages through fun, interactive games that help build core life skills... all supported by extensive curriculum-linked resources. 

Finance World

A stunning resource set around the theme of spies and missions.

BSO Beatbox

There has never been a more fun way to learn your times tables!

Get Real with money #2

It can be tricky to discuss financial issues with young people as often they don’t see the point! In Get Real with money #2, our humorous and engaging characters, Ben, Rio and Amber continue to create realistic contexts to get your students talking and learning finance.

The Cost of Money

Play 'Money Wiz' and develop your knowledge and skills.

Rock Club

Got music fans in your class? Try Rock Club & bring maths to...

Games

Fun, interactive games are a great way to engage pupils and students while achieving learning outcomes. Whether you're a teacher, a parent or an education professional, you'll appreciate the extensive supporting resources we offer. 

Money Matrix

This is a great way to get to grips with money basics. One interactive board game with six sub games - Quickfire Questions, Triple Trivia, Pic Quiz, Amazing Anagram, Finance Finder and Vox Spot.

Piggy Bank

A simple coin sharing game for young ones.

Alley Cats

Tag the hiding alley cats so they'll be safe and seen.

Pipe Work Panic

See if you can get the pipe right and plumb this house.

Quick Queries

Run a help desk and keep your virtual business running smoothly.

Our popular resources

Check out the programmes that others are using to help children and young people build core lifeskills in Numeracy & Finance, Sustainability, Employability and Safety.

Savings & Lifeskills

Are you finance ready? Get wise with these five fun films.

Fab Fundraising

A fun way to improve money skills and support charity.

Investigate The House

Pupils can 'build the house' which is a fun, visual activity where a house is built from the ground up as an adapted version of the poem 'This is the house that Jack built' is read aloud.

Rena & Jay Storybook

Interactive story all about saving for a pet.

Working World

Real employees' videos and career maps.

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