Thank you for taking the time to feed into our financial education provision mapping project.
The Money and Pensions Service and UK Finance have come together, with the support of HM Treasury, to build the most comprehensive and up-to-date picture of work taking place across the country to improve children and young people’s money skills. This research aims to gather up-to-date information on the projects, interventions and activities that deliver financial education for under-18 year-olds growing up in the UK.
Findings will be used to identify gaps in provision and to support the development of policy and targeting of future funding and delivery – to ensure more children and young people receive a financial education that meets their needs. Some of the information will also be used (with your permission) to update our map of financial education
, helping schools, parents and others to find services and support that can help them develop a child or young person’s money skills, knowledge and attitudes.
In case you are unsure, we define “financial education” as any activity which seeks to improve children and young people’s money skills, knowledge, motivations and attitudes, supporting them to make good financial decisions and to achieve good financial well-being.
The main survey should take no longer than 20 minutes
to complete, after which there is a short request for some specific further information. Please make sure you have as much information as possible about your project to hand. Throughout the survey there is the option to save your responses and continue completing the survey later. If you deliver more than one service, project or intervention, please complete the survey for each one.
If you have further questions please refer to our FAQs
or contact Zoe Renton (firstname.lastname@example.org).