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Vision Statement

Centre of Excellence Vision.

 

Belgrave St Peter’s CE Primary have been working together to implement the Young Money (formerly PFEG) curriculum across the school. This provides our pupils with a broad and real experience of personal finance through a range of enterprising projects, classroom discussions and activities.

As a school, we believe it is vital that our children develop a good understanding of finance in order to help them plan and manage a range of financial circumstances as they grow older. The Young Money curriculum is interwoven across National Curriculum subjects, enabling us to educate children about finance in an engaging manner. Our aim is to empower the children to develop their knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to money in order to equip them for life.

 

Our vision is that pupils possess the knowledge, skills and confidence in personal finance that enable them:

- to be resilient when faced with financial issues

- to show respect for other people’s personal financial situations

- to display responsibility when handling money and making important financial decisions

- to have an understanding of the feelings, benefits and risks associated with borrowing and lending.

 

In addition, we are committed to engaging with extracurricular projects which enhance this learning, such as:

  • Events planned and led by the Student Charity Committee.
  • My Money Week (a national Young Money event, this year taking place from the 10th – 16th June).
  • The Fiver Challenge (another national challenge, which involves designing, making, advertising and selling high-quality products – and hopefully making a profit!)
  • Aspirations Week (a school-run event, in which the children learn about a range of careers through visitors, activities and video or text-based research. This year taking place from the 11th to the 15th February, we plan to make this an annual feature.)

 

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