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Modelling Money Matters: Financial Literacy at Primary School

Financial literacy is an important part of being successful and well-educated. Daniel Ching and Julian Wright show how primary-aged pupils are learning valuable lessons that enhance the maths curriculum and give them the tools to excel later in life.
Pupils from Oak Bank

Worcesters Primary School is a three form entry school for children aged 3-11, and we currently have over 660 pupils on roll. As a school, we serve a culturally and linguistically diverse area, with over 35 per cent of pupils speaking English as an additional language and families demonstrating a variety of socioeconomic statuses. We believe that providing the best start in life for our pupils is paramount and we strive to promote this through our motto to ‘Be the best you can be!’

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