Learn how to make better money choices by using the Sorted in Schools programme.
Being capable means that you have the skills and knowledge you need to do something well. Financial capability means you are making money choices that improve your overall well-being. The long-term benefit of financial capability is having more opportunities and choices later on in life.
What you will learn in this pathway
In this pathway you will find out how you can use the Sorted in Schools resources to learn about important financial topics such as debt, saving and managing your money. To get started, click on every image and then the audio icon to find out what each person has learned about money.
Don't forget to put your headphones on!
After listening to others, think about what YOU want to learn. Write this down, so you can use it later when you start to plan your learning.
Now that you've heard what other people have learned, it's time for you to do the same. You might wonder, why should I learn about Financial Capability? Click on the audio above to find out why its so important.
Now that we've got that out of the way, view the video below about how you can use the Sorted in Schools website to get started with learning about Financial Capability. This will explain how to write your very first learning plan.
Don't worry - you don't need a teacher. We have made it easy so you can do it yourself.
Download the planner template and use the examples from the next three tiles to create your own learning plan. You can also use the examples as a starting point. If you get stuck, watch the video again or ask your teacher.
Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
Hāpaitia te ara tika, pūmau ai te rangatiratanga mo ngā uri whakatipu.
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