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Roosterbank helps children learn to save and spend wisely. This section of the site is designed to help parents and teachers navigate through our financial education resources.

Resources are broken down into three areas. Resources for teachers, activities and games for children and also a directory of some of the best resources we have picked up from across the web.


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Secrectly Educational Games for Kids

Playing fun family games can be a great time to get children engaged with some simple maths – like sneaking vegetables into their favourite meal – just choose a game that’s really fun and they will have basically done a week’s worth of homework in the time it t
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Turn your kids into Super Savers!

It’s the classic scenario, children get their Christmas money and then before you know it, it’s all gone! Roosterbank is designed to help children understand the value of money through saving and spending responsibly and there is no better time to kick the saving regime up
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Christmas Saving Tips

The Christmas Carols are being piped through the supermarket speakers, the cardboard mountains or promotions are carefully positioned to collapse into your trolley as you push past. And you really hope that the kids are watching the BBC in the hope that they won’t be deluged wit
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July Pocket Money Round-Up

This month has seen a fair amount of coverage on financial education and pocket money news, check out our pick of the month’s stories below. Pocket money drops to £6.35 – and boys get more than girls A recent survey from Halifax shows a drop in pocket money and more intere
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My Money Week 9th-15th June

My Money Week happens every year and last year helped 1.3 million young people learn important money lessons! PFEG (The Personal Finance Group), have packed out their My Money Week website with brilliant resources for parents and teachers to make the most of giving children a head sta
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Pocket Money Round up – April

A few articles we enjoyed in April. People under 50 will retire poorer than their parents. The debt culture of the under 50′s has provoked 20 senior financial service executives to write to the government asking them to change the debt culture of Britain. Are you saving as much
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Avoid Supermarket Showdowns with your kids

You’re in the supermarket with the kids and apart from them sneaking a pack of biscuits into the basket – that you are well aware of – they have been well behaved. That is, until you get to the check out and the children are faced with everything they’ve ever wanted and more: st
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Budget 2014: What it means for families…

A quick run down of the main outcomes of the budget for families: Turbo Charged ISAs Good news for 24 million ISA savers who will now be able to deposit £15,ooo in cash, benefitting from tax free interest. The Junior ISA limit has also been given a little boost and is now at £4,000. I
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February Money and Education Article Round-up

With ISA deadlines fast approaching and the new year coming in, there is plenty out there for tips on setting up Child ISA’s. We have also read in the Huffington post on how to save for retirement by saving for your children’s education and why you should get breakfast clu
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