Moneywise magazine are on the hunt to find the UK’s best Personal Finance Teacher.
One of our biggest supporters, Old Mutual Wealth, is offering £5,000 to spend on equipment. Two runners up will receive £1,500 each for their schools. Teachers at both primary and secondary level are eligible for the competition.
MyBnk works closely with teachers to ensure our financial education programmes map into their curriculum and it has been amazing to see our resources used as evidence of impact in previous competitions.
Schools and parents can nominate who they think is deserving of the prize, and teachers can nominate themselves.
Judges are looking for teachers who make the teaching of personal finance fun, interactive and relevant. Many teachers practice financial education holistically, using a mixture of free resources, outside experts like MyBnk and training. The more original your entry, the better!
Guest judges include Moneywise editor Moira O’Neill, Suella Fernandes, MP for Fareham and member of the Education Select Committee, Kirsty Bowman-Vaughan, Financial Education lead, Money Advice Service, Jane Goodland, responsible business director, Old Mutual Wealth and Jeff Prestridge, the personal finance editor of the Mail on Sunday and columnist for Moneywise,
Good luck and let us know how you fare on the Twitterverse!