The PFS has launched a dedicated website, to compliment its My Personal Finance Skills pro-bono financial awareness programme.
The website means young people are able to learn more about money matters while they are unable to access educational workshops at school.
The website features four free online sessions, which each last roughly 25 minutes, covering staying safe from scams, moving on from school, ‘my future finance’ and how to make financial decisions.
The sessions are available on demand and are designed for students aged between 14- and 18-years-old who are studying key stage four and five material at school.
All the learning material has been awarded the Financial Education Quality Mark by Young Money.
It is hoped the new online sessions will complement the face-to-face workshops, which will be held when government guidance to ‘stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives’ changes so that schools can once again reopen their doors to pupils.
To find out more, visit: mypersonalfinanceskills.org