15th July 2016
Our online poll for June returned a unanimous verdict.
Our online poll for June returned a unanimous verdict– children should be taught about the ins and outs of saving money. 100% considered teaching children how to save money either ‘important’ or ‘very important’, with over three quarters of voters falling into the latter category.
Financial Education became a compulsory part of the National Curriculum in 2014 – but only in secondary schools, and saving money only forms one part of that programme.
|How important do you think is it for children to be taught how to save money?||Results|
|Very Important||76 %|
|Not very important||0%|
|Not important at all||0%|