econoME from the Bank of England

econoME from the Bank of England

Free resources for 11 to 16 year olds for teaching about economic wellbeing

The Bank of England has launched econoME, a free PSHE education resource for students aged 11 to 16 for teaching about economic wellbeing and the economy. The lessons aim to give young people greater economic awareness and the analytical skills to make informed decisions, using real-world examples. The resource has achieved the PSHE Association Quality Mark for PSHE resources and consists of three engaging lesson plans, accompanying editable PowerPoint presentations, interactive activities and videos, a colourful visual guide to the economy and a glossary of terms.

 

PSHE Association Subject Specialist Jenny Fox says:
"This series of three lessons takes a refreshing approach to teaching and learning about the economy, within the economic wellbeing strand of the PSHE curriculum. The lessons use the context of the economy to develop essential PSHE skills such as decision making, risk assessment and critical thinking. The lessons are suitable for key stage 3 and key stage 4 students, and offer suggestions for tailoring the content or activities to suit each age group. We are delighted to award this innovative resource our Quality Mark, as it addresses a crucial area of PSHE education, and makes learning about the economy both accessible and relevant to the lives of young people.”


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