School gallery session
Money handling and financial education

Clore Centre for Education
Free, booking essential

Phone +44 (0)20 7323 8181
Ticket Desk in Great Court

Citi Bank

Sponsored by Citi

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For Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 students

By handling objects from the Citi Money Gallery collection and participating in contextual activities, students will develop an awareness of the role of money and an appreciation of its uses. The morning session focuses on financial capability, covering Citizenship and PSHE elements. In the afternoon, financial education concepts are delivered through a curriculum area.

The Morning Session will be Stash the Cash (support notes below) and teachers then choose ONE afternoon session:

Afternoon session choices:

Art: The Art of Money

Business Studies: Break up, Break even, Break out

Citizenship: Well-fair welfare

Drama: The Money Scene

Economics: Dicker, Barter, Deal, Trade

English: There's no place like home

Geography: Disaster dosh

History: The cost of war

Mathematics: Making money

All session support notes below. Please specify Key Stage and afternoon subject at time of booking.

Cancellation and no-show charges apply. See full terms and conditions

Maximum group size: 34

Session lasts 4 hours, with 30 minutes for lunch

Curriculum links: Financial education and cross-curricular

Age: Key Stages 3, 4 & 5

Download History notes

Download Maths notes

Download Geography notes

Morning session notes

Download English notes

Download Economics notes

Download Drama notes

Gold coin celebrating Claudius' victory in Britain.


Session dates

July 2015

  • Thursday 16 July 10.30

October 2015

  • Thursday 1 October 10.30
  • Thursday 15 October 10.30

November 2015

  • Friday 13 November 10.30
  • Friday 27 November 10.30

December 2015

  • Thursday 10 December 10.30
  • Friday 11 December 10.30
  • Thursday 17 December 10.30

January 2016

  • Thursday 21 January 10.30
  • Friday 29 January 10.30

February 2016

  • Thursday 4 February 10.30
  • Monday 8 February 10.30
  • Thursday 11 February 10.30
  • Monday 29 February 10.30

March 2016

  • Friday 11 March 10.30
  • Thursday 24 March 10.30

April 2016

  • Monday 11 April 10.30
  • Thursday 28 April 10.30

June 2016

  • Monday 13 June 10.30

July 2016

  • Monday 11 July 10.30

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