bMoneywize
Empowering Young People To Improve Financial Literacy And Numeracy Skills

What we do

bMoneywize provides an innovative educational solution to teaching young people financial literacy and numeracy skills in an increasingly “Cashless Society.”

Our Mission: To improve financial literacy and numeracy skills for young people.

Our Vision: To become a world leader at equipping a younger generation with timely financial skills to enable them make debt-free choices choices in an increasingly cashless society! We provide resources and services in form of interactive educational games and workshops respectively.

Our Values: We believe money management should be as easy as “child’s play” for everyone!

Financial Education is our passion, Families our focus

Home

Does your child understand the value of money? Or has contactless killed it?

 

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Schools

We run workshops across primary and secondary schools.

 

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Testimonials

What our teachers, parents and children are saying

 

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Curriculum

National Curriculum for England primary and secondary schools

 

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Impact After Our Programmes

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Teachers that believe bMoneywize is more effective than traditional methods

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Children who stick to their money saving plans a year later

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The average debt reduction of young adults in our workshops

Bmoneywize Board Game

A few bowls of rice lead to the creation of bMoneywize. The idea is that players have to keep and generate money wherever they can. They throw the dice to pick up cards from different categories. Each card throws up a different scenario from an unexpected tax rebate to the boiler breaking down. Players have to work out how to respond in order to protect their money – Monopoly of the real world if you like” the BBC

 

Best New Product Award nomination at the Corporate Entrepreneur Awards 2015

Meet Our Supporting Team

Komal Aslam is our session facilitator and has a background in business admin, customer service and helps run events, maths workshops and presenting to clients and investors at our event showcases.

KOMAL ASLAM

Caroline Leo is the “Mrs Asia” contest award winner and our online marketer and promoter. She has an extensive background in Human Resources.
CAROLINE LEO

Dammy is a radio co producer, blogger and writer,  a graduate with BA Hons Comparative Literature and a postgraduate degree in English and American Literature both from Kent University, UK. She provides advice to the Board on youth projects and runs our blogs and podcast series.
DAMI OPARA

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Read Our Latest Articles and Posts & Updates!!

Helping kids with money!

A stunning article from the #SundayTimes and Times with #Lloyds Bank. Gratitude!

Our #maths app is here…

Downloaded the BMoneywize app for free on the App Store.

The need for Financial education for young people

Financial education fails to add up for young people — Read on amp.ft.com/content/c4febc28-09f8-11ea-bb52-34c8d9dc6d84 Take a look!

FREE board game cards to download

Board game cards for the family!

10-year strategy to help people make most of their money and pensions launched

The new strategy launched by the Money and Pensions Service sets five goals to be achieved by 2030. The government has launched a 10 year strategy to increase people’s #financialwellbeing “The new strategy sets five goals to be achieved by 2030. These are: – For 6.8...

Leadership Hustings provides opportunity to stir up debate about Financial education for children.

Leadership Hustings provides opportunity to stir up debate about Financial education for children.

Teaching kids about money: should parents or teachers take responsibility?

Teaching kids about money: should parents or teachers take responsibility? — Read on www.lovemoney.com/news/81023/teaching-kids-children-about-money-should-parents-teachers-fortnite-scams-child-trust-funds What do you think? #education #financialliteracy...

Will there be an increase in first time house buying?

NatWest is reintroducing 90% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgages for home movers and first-time buyers, becoming the latest lender to return to high LTV market. — Read on www.mortgagefinancegazette.com/lending-news/natwest-announces-return-90-ltv-lending-14-12-2020/

Why school may not be the best place to learn money lessons

I'm not sure I've seen a more compelling write up and case for the need to change the way young people learn about money! Education System teaches People to be Poor-Poverty is passed on, its taught in Schools, It is taught in families.Here is How You missed. — Read on...

Have you seen how good this “Investing for Beginners course” is?

The free investing course will give you the confidence to get started. Module 2 focuses on the different investment options, asset classes and funds — Read on www.thetimes.co.uk/money-mentor/article/investing-beginners-course-module-two/ Enjoy!

Is there a better time to learn about Money?

As the economic climate worsens, the FT’s new foundation aims to help improve money management skills for the most vulnerable — Read on www.ft.com/content/e25ce66e-b639-408b-b7ef-f524d664a30d

How money savvy are your kids?

Take a look at this article! twitter.com/observeruk/status/1320289761232207872

Thinking of buying a house?

Take a look at this photo? Is it worth tying oneself to a crippling loan? What are your thoughts? twitter.com/andyroocraig/status/1321453580788944896

A little quiz!

The Times money mentor shared an exciting quiz. See how well you do with this one. The quiz

Are women good with money

Where did the trope of women being financially incompetent come from — and what impact does it continue to have on women’s finances? — Read on uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/why-women-are-stereotyped-as-being-terrible-with-money-050010160.html

How do you teach maths? | Tes

While EYFS children need structured intervention to build their maths skills, that does not mean they have to be sitting at desks with worksheets, argues Professor Camilla Gilmore, in the latest Tes Podagogy podcast — Read on...

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About US

bMoneywize provides an innovative educational solution to teaching young people financial literacy and numeracy skills in an increasingly “Cashless Society.” To become a world leader at equipping a younger generation with timely financial skills to enable them make debt-free choices choices in an increasingly cashless society! We provide resources and services in form of interactive educational games and workshops respectively.

Contact us

admin@bmoneywize.co.uk

+44 20 8532 7300

Ripple Centre, 121 - 125 Ripple Road, Barking Essex UK IG11 7PB

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