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Produced by
Capital One / Education Interactive

or £100 for 8 copies

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A challenging finance board game for 14 to 18 year old students, who are beginning to think about moving into the workplace. This is an excellent resource which explores managing personal finance and develop budgeting skills.



Complete with comprehensive rules and teachers notes, this finance game supports students to understand the effects of their financial and lifestyle choices on their economic and social well-being.

Minimum age: 
14 years
Maximum age: 
18 years
Special education needs: 

The game could be used with pupils of varying ability and in particular for basic skills work.

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Shown below is how this resource maps against the PFEG Financial Education Planning Frameworks.
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Quality Mark assessors comments: 

An engaging game that will develop pupils financial decision making skills and encourage pupil reflection on the effect of life choices on their personal and financial well-being. An interesting board game for students to supplement other core classroom based activity. 

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