We are delighted to announce our involvement in Citizens Advice Epsom and Ewell (CAEE) Financial Literacy Project which has enabled them to expand to include students at Blenheim High School.
The project is designed to give young people the knowledge and skills to understand and manage their finances before they leave school at 18. It covers topics such as budgeting, saving, debt, scams, household bills and where to get help.
Dave Harris, Deputy Head of Sixth Form at Blenheim High School, said:
“I am really looking forward to working with CAEE and supporting our young people to make good financial decisions.”
Natasha Stanley-Andrews of Town and Country (Rosebery) said:
“We are excited to be supporting CAEE to deliver their Financial Literacy Course at Blenheim High School next year. Following CAEE’s successful pilot at Epsom & Ewell High School last year, Town and Country Housing (Rosebery) were keen to help the roll out of the programme to other local schools. The course will help provide students with invaluable financial awareness which will help as they move on to work and/or further study.”