Echo coverLiverpool Echo’s Bill Gleeson paid a visit to Ambitious Minds HQ earlier this week to interview chief executive Sean McGuire about Keep The Cash!

Over a cup of coffee Sean walked Bill through the process Key Stage 3, 4 or 5 learners follow during a full-day Keep The Cash! training session and explained the benefits of this immersive experience.

Sean said: “Kids these days don’t know what to do with money, so things like interest, credit and cashflow are all covered in Keep the Cash! and the response when we’re delivering it is amazing.  They’re learning but they don’t realise they are, they think they’re just playing a game, that’s why it works so well.”

You can read the full feature here on the Liverpool Echo website.

From this September, new rules mean schools in England will be required to provide personal finance education as part of the formal citizenship curriculum.  If you are interested in finding out more about Keep The Cash! please get in touch with us today.