Kids are always welcome at Metro Bank. They'll love coming in store to use our Magic Money Machines. Plus, they can open accounts for young people. And we help kids in schools too, providing financial education for the next generation with our Money Zone programme.
Our financial education programme teaches primary school kids how money, banking and personal finance works.
Get your coins counted in the Magic Money Machine, win prizes, get free lollipops and more - fun for under 15s.
Start saving early with our Young Savers account. And the Cash Account provides great everyday banking for under 18s.
We don't just treat kids well in our stores – we like to help them in their schools too. Get your pupils money smart with our financial education programme, Money Zone. It teaches them how money, banking and personal finance works while they’re still at primary school.
More than 21,000 pupils learned about money through our programme in 2015
Children get to visit a store as part of the 4-session programme.
Money Zone teaches the basic principles of money, saving and banking, using fun lesson plans
Metro Bank Money Zone introduces Key Stage 2 (Years 4 and 5) pupils to financial skills, helping them understand how money, saving and banking work. Our sessions are ideal for incorporating into your school’s PSHE curriculum, and are linked to the wider government curriculum guidelines.
We teach the Money Zone Key Stage 2 programme over 4 sessions:
Fun lesson plans, teachers notes, learner workbooks and activities for all abilities are part of the programme. These include learning about different types of banking accounts and basic tips on managing money. You can do all the activities during the sessions or keep some back for later extension work.