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Beyond Bank Australia

Introduction

Beyond Bank Australia is one of Australia’s largest customer owned banks. They provide personal and business banking services along with financial planning to their customers.

They also work closely with community groups and support charitable organisations and initiatives through fundraising, donations and active volunteering.

Following is the Beyond Bank Australia education material posted on FTfs.

Themed curriculum support resources

Program & Contributor Student Level

‘More than money’ – Beyond Bank Australia

Focuses on financial literacy, money management and educating about earning, saving and spending.

Facts for students, lesson ideas, student activity sheets and extra resources including a sample unit of work taken from the ‘More than money’ program.

  • lower primary
  • primary
  • middle years

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‘More than money’ education pack

An education pack consisting of two colourful classroom posters, a four-page ‘More than money’ program information brochure and a class set of stickers.

This pack can be requested following quick and easy registration. (Stocks are limited.)

  • lower primary
  • primary
  • middle years

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Fun student activities

TopicStudent Level

‘More than money’

  • lower primary
  • primary
  • middle years

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‘More than money’ – earning > saving > spending – primary education program

‘More than money’ is a free financial literacy education program designed for students in years 5 to 7.

Resources include a seven-topic unit of work, student fact sheets, work sheets and SMART Notebook files, and paper craft characters for students to make.

Note: A sample of these resources can be viewed in Themed curriculum support resources on this website.

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