Money on our Minds - student consultation summary report

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Money on our Minds is a student consultation on economic wellbeing and financial capability within Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE education), managed by pfeg and Healthy Schools South East.



The project and its outputs aim to show the importance of pupil voice in improving the quality of personal finance education. The following publications are available: 

  • A summary report, outlines the main findings of the consultation and how schools and local authorities can help use this information to improve financial capability. Available to download
  • A full report outlining the methodology and all the findings. Available to download
  • A poster summarising the findings for the young people involved in the consultation. Available to download

Read more about the project or watch 8 short film clips where pupils who took part in the project talk candidly about their experiences of money, personal finance education in schools and how it can be improved.

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