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This is lesson two of four focusing on Money Skills for young people aged 14-16.
This lesson is designed to introduce students to the key information around pay and payslips. By the end of activity students will be able to:
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Why not demonstrate to your students where money comes from when we stop working by watching this BBC Teach film where Steph McGovern takes a look at pensions.
If you want to increase your own confidence to teach young people about money, Young Money provide free e-learning training to teachers across Primary and Secondary education. In addition, National Numeracy has a free website which helps you practise and refresh your everyday maths skills.
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