Services with this logo are funded or provided by Islington
The Money CharitySecondary
Trained presenters provide standard money workshops for KS3, KS4 and KS5, including planning ahead with their finances, understanding savings, consumerism, credit and financial products. They are delivered to classroom sized groups (usually up to 30 students) and can be flexible to suit the needs of your school.Website
The programme, run by the Young Citizens links law firms, in-house legal teams and chambers with local secondary schools, predominantly in economically deprived areas. They provide lawyers (volunteers) who deliver sessions (written by educational experts and updated annually) covering the law-related elements of the citizenship curriculum. The activities are engaging and thought-provoking, encouraging an evaluative approach to thinking and talking about the law.Website
Enabling EnterprisePrimary Secondary
Lessons and challenge days to support pupils with developing life skills through enterprise projects in school and trips to local and national businesses.
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Betknowmore run an outreach support service for individuals affected by problem gambling. They also provide sessions around gambling awareness, challenging the norms and taboos associated with betting, focusing on the ripple effect, investigating the impact gambling issues have on wider well-being and the community.