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Financial Literacy for Schools

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Teaching children how to manage money is a vital part of a child’s education. If kids develop good financial skills from an early age they'll be ready for the financial challenges of adulthood.

Showing children the basics such as how to budget, spend and save will establish good money habits for life.

Our Financial Literacy talks accommodate children of all ages, from Preps understanding the basics of money and saving, through to secondary students learning about goal-setting and applying for loans.

To help promote financial literacy, South West Credit provides this service to schools at no charge.

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We can present to schools on a range of topics including:

Grade prep - 2

Discuss the basics of money and the importance of saving.

Grades 3 & 4

Learn the difference between needs versus wants, and how to create a basic savings plan and budget.

Grades 5 & 6

Learn how to be responsible with money in preparation for secondary school, different types of credit, the dangers of apps and mobile phones, setting financial goals and creating budgets.

Secondary School

Discuss entering the workforce, account types, saving plans, setting financial goals and budgeting. Students will also learn practical information on applying for a loan.

To book a talk for your school, call us on (03) 5560 3900.

 

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