Bamzonia’s 47 interactive personal financial education lessons are directly aligned to the curriculum in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our curriculum guides help teachers to achieve specific lesson objectives and meet curriculum requirements. Online content accompanied by offline individual and group activities within lesson plans ensure teaching PFE is easy for teachers and engaging for students.
Financial capability is covered in the non-statutory guidance on personal, social, health and economic education, and teaching about money is recommended in both Key Stages 1 and 2.
Bamzonia lessons address Key Stage 2 requirements.
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The Economic Well-Being and Financial Capability programme of study for Key Stages 3 & 4 have a number of key concepts which have been aligned with the Bamzonia Build and Live lessons. PFE is a compulsory subject under Mathematics and Citizenship for English Secondary Schools from September 2014.
Bamzonia lessons address Key Stage 3 & 4 requirements.
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Scotland’s Educational Initiative is through the Curriculum for Excellence. This also addresses and has provision for Financial Capability. The Curriculum for Excellence encompasses four strands.
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The Welsh curriculum includes a section on Personal and Social Education. Guidance is given that learners should be given opportunities to understand certain aspects of personal and social education.
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Financial capability is a statutory component of the Northern Ireland curriculum (Mathematics with Financial Capability). Financial Capability features significantly within statutory requirements for Mathematics and Learning for Life Work.
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