MONEY HEROES PODCAST
Using research to develop meaningful financial education at home
Season 1, Ep. 8
Research shows that most parents commonly begin engaging their children with money skills when they're about eight years old.
In this episode, our host Jonathan Hart is joined by Prof. Tina Harrison, Professor of Financial Services Marketing and Consumption at the University of Edinburgh to discuss developing meaningful financial education at home and the positive impact of introducing financial skills at an early age to prepare children as they grow older.
Register at www.moneyheroes.org.uk to access free storybooks, activities and guidance.
A Year of Money Heroes
Season 1, Ep. 9
Over the past year, Money Heroes has provided impactful guidance, tools and resources to parents and teachers to increase children’s confidence and ability to develop their financial capability as they get older.You’ve also joined us while we heard thought-provoking advice about tackling financial education at home, from our financial education experts and parents.This episode brings the ‘top tips’ and ‘did you knows’ together in a quick-fire summary to help you continue developing healthy money habits in your household over the summer break and for the new academic year.Register at www.moneyheroes.org.uk to access free activities, resources and the Young Money Primary Planning Framework.You can also request free copies of the storybooks via your dashboard.
Creating opportunities to develop money skills at home
Season 1, Ep. 7
Money Heroes continues to support the development of children’s financial capability through exciting and engaging resources, tools and guidance. Money Heroes Programme Manager, Sam Kennard speaks to our host, Jonathan Hart, about the positive impact of the activities and storybooks available to access now (and hints at games coming soon). Sam also answers some of your burning questions…In this episode we also launch our latest storybook; Super Stories for Money Heroes, by Emma Norry, published by Scholastic.Children’s learning becomes permanent and leads to the development of skills and knowledge when they have an interest in the activity or topic. Super Stories for Money Heroes author, Emma Norry, speaks about giving children the opportunity to lead the learning, teaching them in ways that holds their attention and interest.Access Super Stories for Money Heroes at hereYou can also request physical copies at email@example.comRegister at www.moneyheroes.org.uk to access free activities, resources and the Young Money Primary Planning Framework.
The role money plays in our lives with Dame Sarah Storey
Season 1, Ep. 6
As adults, we know how significant a role money plays in our lives and the wider community: it’s rare to have a day go past when we don’t need to think about money. Addressing this with children helps them to understand where money comes from, and how we manage where it needs to go – from groceries and utilities to tax and national insurance.In this episode we welcome Dame Sarah Storey. The Paralympic cyclist, former swimmer and mum of two joins our host, Jonathan Hart to discuss her approach to financial education at home. Dame Sarah talks about how she makes learning about money fun, to keep her children engaged and help them understand how money works and the role it plays in our lives.Register at www.moneyheroes.org.uk for a range of activities, guidance and the Young Money Primary Planning Frameworks.