MyBnk is deeply involved in wider efforts to address social economic issues effecting young people – be it financial exclusion, youth unemployment or the care system.
We do this through:
- All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG) and campaign groups.
- Evidence submissions, responding to reports, contributing to studies and consultations.
- Independent assessments of MyBnk programmes.
Department for Education National Curriculum Review
MyBnk has responded to the the DfE consultation which will make financial education a compulsory part of the secondary curriculum.
Personal Social Health Economic Education, DfE & Ofsted Reviews
MyBnk has responded to both of these reviews into effectiveness and placing of PSHE in the curriculum, please find our thoughts, here.
Evidence to Vulnerable People strand of APPG on Financial Education for Young People.
MyBnk are participating in an investigation into current financial literacy efforts for vulnerable people. A report is expected soon.
Response to APPG report on financial education in schools.
This report by the APPG on Financial Education for Young People, reviews the need and provision of finance education in UK primary and secondary schools. It’s recommendations have been submitted to the government’s national curriculum and the PSHE reviews.
MyBnk are members of APPGs on:
- Financial Education for Young People.
- Leaving Care and Looked After Children.
- Civil Society & Volunteering.
- Youth Affairs.
- Banking Reform.
- Debt & Personal Finance.
MyBnk is also a member of:
The Independent Taskforce on Student Finance.
Response to consultation on Money Advice Service Business Plan 204/15
Response to consultation for the DCSF Inquiry into young people not in education, employment or training.
This report is a response to the Department for Children, Schools and Families’ call for an inquiry into young people not in education, employment or training.