Own Your Future from OneFamily
Own Your Future is a new initiative developed by OneFamily. Help your students (aged 16-17) understand savings, investments and financial planning. Register now for your free resources and get started today.
Were any of your students born between September 2002 and January 2011? If so, they could have a Child Trust Fund (CTF). The child savings product was set up by the government with eligible children given at least £250 at birth. But for some, this could be worth very much more.
So, what do they do now?
Your students will be able to access this money when they turn 18. It’s vital they understand more about how investments, like the Child Trust Fund, work.
Use the free classroom resources to help teach your students all they need to know about their CTF. Then, help them understand all the exciting things they could do with it. They’ll also learn how to make good investments and the risks and benefits associated with them. You can help them plan for their futures by making savings plans and setting goals.
No financial expertise required
You don’t have to be a financial whizz to help your students. Experts at OneFamily created the resources as three ready-to-deliver, bite-sized lessons.
Access three flexible lessons perfect for tutor time:
– Lesson 1: Child Trust Funds. Help your students understand what a CTF is. Then help them discover the exciting things they could do with it.
– Lesson 2: Savings Savvy. Take a look at the potential risks and benefits of different savings options. Then equip your students with the skills to make more informed choices.
– Lesson 3: Own Your Future. How do your students prioritise things they need and want? Help them with individual savings plans to achieve their financial goals.
Engage your students in something that matters to them – their future. Download the Own Your Future resources and get started today.
Don’t forget we have lots of other resources to help you teach exciting lessons. Check out our full list of initiatives HERE.
You can also find out more about OneFamily and their services HERE.
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