Focus on Financial Literacy

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Valuable Content

We have developed 4 professionally-designed Financial Literacy presentations. Suitable for both Junior and Senior Cycle students, each easy to follow presentation focuses on the 6 pillars of Financial Wellbeing: Spending & Saving; Earning & Income; Credit & Debt; Investing; Risk & Protection; and Financial Decision Making.


The Competitive Edge

​The financial literacy skills they learn here will empower your students to embrace life’s opportunities with confidence, both now and in the future. What’s more, the knowledge they acquire across these presentations may give them the edge if you decide to participate in the Money Smarts Challenge for the chance to win €25,000 for their school.


Delivered Virtually

Our Financial Literacy presentations will be delivered virtually to your students by one of our dedicated Bank of Ireland Youth Coordinators. As well as bringing this important content to life, they’re also on hand to assist you with any technology queries you may have when setting up.

Below is an example of how delivery of the virtual Financial Literacy presentation might work for your school over a week-long period. You can see how it’s interspersed with other key elements of the programme. We also offer a specific Financial Wellbeing presentation for parents and guardians, which can be delivered virtually in the evening time.

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Times of the DayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
MorningSenior Cycle Financial Literacy 1CV & Interview TipsBusiness Start-Up WorkshopSenior Cycle Financial Literacy 3Money Smarts Challenge Team Selection
LunchtimeSchool BankSchool BankSchool BankSchool BankSchool Bank
AfternoonJunior Cycle Financial Literacy Senior Cycle Financial Literacy 2Junior Cycle Financial Literacy CV & Interview TipsSenior Cycle Financial Literacy 4
EveningFinancial Wellbeing for Parents/Guardians

Please note: We are working towards having our virtual School Bank operational from mid Q1 2021.