Inspiring young people during Global Money Week
Great outcomes from Hunter School of Performing Arts, one of the secondary schools that received funding through ASIC’s Moneysmart financial literacy projects initiative.
This year, the Hunter School of the Performing Arts wanted to harness students’ talent in their field of performing arts. Students created videos or podcasts using dance, drama or music to highlight important money messages.
Find out more on our Moneysmart in schools page. <Link = https://moneysmart.gov.au/moneysmart-in-schools#gmw>
Select from a range of bite-size activities about making informed consumer choices and personal finance, such as budgeting, saving, spending, planning, setting goals, income tax and superannuation. No preparation required – for use in the classroom or at home.
Go to Moneysmart’s Teaching resources page.