Financial Education

Vault: Building a financial foundation with students aged 9-11.

Target user

Ages 9-11

Curriculum

PSHE (and related subjects), English, Maths, Personal Development

Time

2.5 hours

Cost

Our courses are always free

What is Vault?

Vault introduces students aged 9-11 foundational financial literacy concepts like budgeting, saving, income and careers.

An online interactive provides pupils with an engaging lesson which they can use in class or at home. Built-in assessments and real-time grading help keep track of your students’ progress.

Offline resources have been created to support your teaching, including comprehensive lesson plans and pupil worksheets, all linked to the UK curriculum at key stage 2.

Use Vault in your school today →

Register now to start using Vault in your school today:

  1. Go to everfiteachers.co.uk/register and select ‘Teacher’.
  2. Search for your country (e.g. United Kingdom).
  3. Start typing your school post code and select your school from the list. If you can’t find your school, click for the manual registration option.
  4. Select Vault from the dropdown to add to you dashboard (you can add more once in your account).

For more help in setting up Vault with your class, visit Get started.

“The visuals are really engaging, particularly for this age group. They’re much better than any of the online programmes we’ve used previously.”

— Secondary Teacher

Course structure

At the heart of Vault there are five online lessons on the EVERFI platform:

Financial decision-making

Pupils learn about the importance of setting goals and prioritising needs in order to manage finances in a world of limited means.

Budgeting and spending

Pupils learn the importance of setting and following a budget. They also practice reading reliable reviews and conductive comparative shopping to help meet a budget.

Income and careers

Pupils explore the difference between a job and a career, a wage and a salary, and money-making opportunities for young people their age.

The Compassion Project Course

Credit and borrowing

Pupils learn the importance of being reliable and responsible when borrowing items from friends and how that relates to credit history.

Future planning

Pupils learn the value of savings accounts at financial institutions and how interest can help them reach their financial goals.

Vault Course

Financial decision-making

Pupils learn about the importance of setting goals and prioritising needs in order to manage finances in a world of limited means.

Budgeting and spending

Pupils learn the importance of setting and following a budget. They also practice reading reliable reviews and conductive comparative shopping to help meet a budget.

Income and careers

Pupils explore the difference between a job and a career, a wage and a salary, and money-making opportunities for young people their age.

The Compassion Project Course

Credit and borrowing

Pupils learn the importance of being reliable and responsible when borrowing items from friends and how that relates to credit history.

Future planning

Pupils learn the value of savings accounts at financial institutions and how interest can help them reach their financial goals.

Vault Course

Start using Vault with your students today

If you’re already registered with EVERFI, add Vault to your dashboard

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