Personal Finance Young adults – Sixth Form Financial Education Unit

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Personal Finance Young adults

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Personal Finance Young adults – Sixth Form Financial Education Unit

Contents
8 Lesson Packs (See below for Contents)
8 x Homework Ideas
8 x End of Lesson Confidence Checker Assessments

Lesson Topics

  1. What is retirement – Planning for it
  2. How Debt Spirals – (Parking Charges, Monthly Payments for things on finance), Credit cards, Overdrafts etc )
  3. Importance of Financial Literacy
  4. Saving Options (NS&I, Fixed term, Instant Access, ISA’s, Regular savers)
  5. How to use Credit cards (Benefits and Risks)
  6. How to pick a bank to go with (Compare, Contrast)
  7. Mortgage deals – Comparing them (Fixed vs Variable)
  8. Debt Lesson – Show how easily 18 Year old can get into debt (Scenario based)

Each Lesson PowerPoint Contains:
• 1 Fully Editable PowerPoint (Learning Outcomes, Confidence Checkers, Assessment of Learning, Variety of Tasks, Video Embedded URL Clips, Engaging Premium Quality Slides, Extra Support Websites, Challenging & Thoughtful Questioning)
• Assessment Opportunity (Confidence Checker)
• Teacher Notes (On some slides)
• Mapped against Latest DfE Guidance, PSHE Association Core themes and Requirements and the Gatsby Benchmarks in Careers Education

Learning Outcomes:
To be able to explain what retirement is, To understand why it’s important to plan for retirement, To understand the difference between a state and private pension
To understand what debt is, To be able to explain the different types of debt, To consider how debt can spiral over time
“To understand what financial literacy is. To be able to explain why financial literacy is imprtant. To consider what can happen if someone doesn’t have good financial literacy skills.”
To understand what a savings account is To understand what considerations people take when deciding To be able to make an informed decision based on someone’s circumstances
To understand what credit is To understand interest and repayments To have some ideas about the risks and benefits of using credit To be able to articulate your own opinions
To understand the purpose of a bank account, overdrafts and interest To understand choices around bank accounts especially for students To be able to make informed choices using your knowledge
To understand what a mortgage is. To understand interest and the bank of England base rate To understand different types of mortgage and the connotations of choosing them
To understand the vocabulary around debt To understand the ways young people might get into debt To understand ways to avoid debt

Key words
Retirement, pension, state pension, private pension
Debt, interest, loan term, payment plans, creditors, bailiffs
Financial Literacy, Debt, Budgeting, Savings, Investment
Easy access, bond, fixed, high interest, terms and conditions, withdrawal
Credit, Credit card, Debt, Interest, credit score
Account, overdraft, interest, perks
Mortgage, fixed, variable, tracker, interest, base rate.
Loan, interest, debt, finances, loot box, pay day loan, gambling, credit

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