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  • Evaluation of Your Money Matters Financial Education Textbook in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

    Your Money Matters (YMM) is a financial education programme delivered by Young Money, part of Young Enterprise. The programme includes textbooks and digital resources for teaching staff, and was distributed to state-funded secondary schools in Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. An external evaluation was conducted to assess the impact of the program on teachers and students.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education, Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales

    Year of publication: 2023

  • ‘Fun to finance’ workshops and Money Mentoring with women

    A mixed-methods evaluation of the Many Sisters ‘Fun to finance’ practical lifestyle workshops and 1-2-1 Money Mentoring delivered online by Southern Housing Group to women tenants in East London

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Saving, Credit Use and Debt, Budgeting and Keeping Track, Financial Education, Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom, England

    Year of publication: 2021

  • Measuring the long-term impacts of debt advice, 2021

    Results from a two-year quantitative longitudinal pilot study by the Money and Pensions Service to understand in-depth the medium and long-term impacts of encouraged debt advice on clients in the UK.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Credit Use and Debt

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2022

  • MyBnk: Primary Money Twist Evaluation, Year Three

    Evaluation of year three of the Money Twist programme, which aimed to improve the financial education of primary school age children. Workshops delivered by MyBnk in schools, with pupils aged 5-11.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2021

  • Evaluation of Campaign for Learning’s ‘Love Learning about Money Together’ pilot

    Love Learning about Money Together is a blended family learning programme to help parents of children under seven talk to their children about money.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education, Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: England, Scotland, Wales

    Year of publication: 2022

  • Just Finance Foundation’s Milo’s Money pilot

    An evaluation of the Milo’s Money pilot: a financial education programme, designed with teachers, for primary school pupils (aged 4-7) that aimed to equip them with a basic understanding and awareness of financial literacy.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education

    Country/Countries: England

    Year of publication: 2022

  • Evaluation of MyPocketSkill’s Earning is Learning programme

    Evaluation of MyPocketSkill, a digital technology platform that aims to connect young people with opportunities to earn money via an online platform, whilst encouraging a savings mindset and behaviour.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Saving, Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2022

  • Evaluation of the Scotland’s Financial Schools pilot

    The Scotland’s Financial Schools pilot project developed a digital ‘one-stop-shop’ of financial education teaching resources aimed at improving attitudes, knowledge, and confidence amongst teachers.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education

    Country/Countries: Scotland

    Year of publication: 2022

  • Evaluation of Young Enterprise Northern Ireland’s ‘Ourselves’ and ‘Our Families’ Pilot

    Ecorys conducted a process and outcomes project-level evaluation of ‘Ourselves’ and ‘Our Families’ between January-August 2021.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education

    Country/Countries: Northern Ireland

    Year of publication: 2022

  • Financial education for 16 and 17 year olds pathfinder evaluation

    Evaluation of five pathfinder projects in mainstream and non-mainstream settings in England to understand how to scale the delivery of effective financial education for 16 and 17 year olds.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education

    Country/Countries: England

    Year of publication: 2021

  • Evaluation of Embedding Talk, Learn, Do in Wales

    An evaluation of the further embedding of an existing programme to help parents talk to children about money, assessing both the training for practitioners and the views of parents

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education, Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: Wales

    Year of publication: 2020

  • Supporting emergency saving Briefing paper 3

    A qualitative assessment of early learnings from a trial of Jars, a workplace hybrid savings tool, comprising interviews with employees, employers and stakeholders

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics:

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2021

  • Supporting credit union members towards greater financial wellbeing

    This paper reports the results of an existing evaluation to recommend how credit unions can use financial education to improve the financial capability of their members

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Saving, Financial Education, Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2020

  • Improving financial wellbeing through the debt advice journey

    An evaluation of interventions that seek to improve financial capability among clients experiencing problem debt.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Credit Use and Debt

    Country/Countries: England

    Year of publication: 2020

  • Weighing anchor on credit card debt

    An evaluation to assess the impact of stopping customers selecting credit card repayments at the contractual minimum amount.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Credit Use and Debt

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2018

  • A field experiment on overdraft alerts

    An evaluation to assess the impact of interventions designed to increase the number of people taking action to deal with their overdrafts.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Credit Use and Debt

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2018

  • Evaluation of MyBnk Money Works

    Money Works is a financial education programme delivered by MyBnk across England and Wales. It aims to improve young people’s knowledge and digital skills in relation to financial matters.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Education

    Country/Countries: England, Wales

    Year of publication: 2018

  • Cash Pointers Up Front

    An intervention to improve financial capability outcomes for groups of young people, focusing on those outside of mainstream education.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: England

    Year of publication: 2018

  • MoneyLab New approaches to spending money

    The MoneyLab model is a design-led project based on improving the financial skills of students. The project has provided students with a platform to tackle financial issues, drawing on their own experiences of money and how these experiences influence their sense of wellbeing.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: England

    Year of publication: 2019

  • Digital tax for older people what works?

    The project aimed to see what works well for older people (60+) regarding accessing and managing their digital tax accounts, and in helping them overcome barriers to managing finances online.

    Evidence type: Evaluation i

    Topics: Financial Capability

    Country/Countries: United Kingdom

    Year of publication: 2019