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15th Aug, 2022

Solihull bank hands out finance lessons to youngsters

Sarah Mason 29th May, 2022

A SOLIHULL bank has been giving financial lessons to Castle Bromwich pupils.

Metro Bank employees delivered Money Zone – a financial education workshop to students from Castlewood School at the High Street branch.

Money Zone is a series of financial education lessons that Metro Bank offers to school children – either virtually or instore.

Money Zone comprises of four sessions – budgeting, saving, banking and the last session which takes place in store giving the children a behind the scenes look at the Bank including a visit to the vault and the chance to try the Magic Money Machine.

Metro Bank’s store manager, Kulvinder Dhanda and customer service representative, Aniqah Akther delivered the key Money Zone sessions to the students, which ended with an hour tour of the bank and vault to discuss what they had learned during the sessions.

Kulvinder said: “Learning how to manage your money, budget and save are fundamental life skills that everyone needs to learn – and the younger the better.

“We are proud of our Money Zone programme and the difference it makes in giving young kids a good grounding in their financial education.”

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