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Starting secondary school is a significant step. Children will be experiencing new freedoms and pressures and becoming more interested in money.
Sameera Parpia - Mum to Aisha and Lloyds Bank colleague shares ways you can help 11–13-year-olds develop good money habits.
Planning ahead can empower young people to think about where their money comes from now, and where it may come from in the future, like:
Getting to grips with the reality of borrowing and managing debt, could help them better manage their money in the future. At this age they can start to understand:
At this age they will start to learn about financial products and what they can mean for them, including:
It can help to give young people the opportunity to talk about what they’d like to do with their money.