CHASM Workshop: Financial Education for young people – what works?

Rooms 714/715 Muirhead Tower
Thursday 2 February 2017 (09:30-16:00)

Helen Harris –

Hosted by CHASM, this event focused on the state of the art in financial education for young people; reviewing what is working in financial education of young people and how current activity can be developed further. Drawing on UK and international research and practice, the workshop will evaluate different approaches to delivering financial education, innovation and learning generated through practice and a discussion of ‘where next’ for financial education of younger people.



CHASM Financial Education Workshop (PDF - 1.2MB)
Ann Griffiths, Policy Manager, Children & Young People, The Money Advice Service

Financial Education in Schools: Policy into Practice (PDF - 1.3MB)
Fatima Syed, Postgraduate Researcher, School of Social Policy

Financial Education Snap Shot (PDF - 717KB)
Russell Winnard, Head of Educator Facing Programmes & Services, Young Enterprise

Mind the Gap: Young Adult Financial Capability (PDF - 1.22MB)
Dr Caroline Marchant and Professor Tina Harrison, University of Edinburgh Business School

Money Go-Round: Raising financial awareness in schools (PDF - 1.14KB)
Fiona McTeigue, Retail Manager, West Brom building society

Our Work with Young People (PDF - 2.17MB)
Stephanie Hayter, Young People Programmes Manager, The Money Charity

The integration of asset-building objectives and financial education in young people (PDF - 307KB)
Lee Gregory, CHASM, University of Birmingham

What works? A one off intervention or a sustainable programme of financial education? (PDF - 1.83MB)
Alison Pask, Managing Director,  Financial Capability & Community Outreach, London Institute of Banking and Finance

The financial education challenges faced by vulnerable young adults and the issues of evaluating interventions in this area (PDF - 1.04MB)
Gemma Closs-Davies, ‘Going it alone’ Project Coordinator, North Wales 

The effects of peer-to-peer financial education – evidence from primary schools (PDF - 557KB)
Panu Kalmi (University of Vaasa, Finland)