The Citi Money Gallery education programme draws on the richness of objects on display to offer a unique learning experience.
Students will have the opportunity to put their learning into context and apply their classroom-developed skills in unfamiliar scenarios. The programme links objects and themes with subjects across the Key Stages, with the underlying aim of developing an appreciation of money and an understanding of the social impacts it can have.
The education programme also includes learning opportunities for teachers and community groups, details of which can be found below or by emailing email@example.com
School study day
Youth conference: money and me
To launch Global Money Week in the UK, there will be a free financial education youth conference for students in Years 9–13 as part of the Museum’s Citi Money Gallery education programme.
Resources inspired by the gallery take the form of stand-alone activities or image banks.
Longer projects, which could be used for transition or enrichment weeks, and short activities suitable for tutor time.
Financial loop game
How do you construct a 50p
History of money: image bank
Money week: image bank
Money and art: image bank
Money and citizenship: image bank
Money and economics: image bank
Money and mathematics: image bank
Which coin is which
Teachers can book Museum-led sessions and self-led sessions related to the gallery education programme.
KS2 What did the Romans use as money?
KS3 Maths Challenge
KS2 Measuring the Museum
KS3, 4 & 5 Citi Money Gallery Talks
KS3, 4 & 5 Money handling and financial education
KS3, 4 & 5 Money in the Museum
KS3, 4 & 5 Budge-it Budgets
The education programme has been developed with the help of teachers and students.
There are ongoing opportunities to be involved with the education programme as well as using the programme to support your teaching needs.
- Teacher advisory panel
- CPD sessions
- INSET sessions
- Research opportunities
- Networking events
Secondary school groups are invited to take part in a public speaking competition on the statement ‘money makes the world go round’ as part of the Citi Money Gallery’s secondary education programme.
Students will need to consider the role of money in the world and the impact it has on society and everyday life. Groups should create a 10-minute structured talk, presenting a reasoned argument from a viewpoint, economic or political for example, or through a theme, such as youth unemployment. The presentation will be followed by two minutes of questions from the judging panel, which will include the curator of the Citi Money Gallery.
Onsite and offsite opportunities are available to support community initiatives developing financial awareness.
The Citi Money Gallery Education Manager teamed up with students from The Children’s Hospital School at Great Ormond Street Hospital to explore concepts raised in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Sessions are available to complement initial teacher training programmes; bespoke sessions may be available on request.
- Enrichment days
- Museum education
- History of mathematics
- University based options