SJP to sponsor 21 education providers towards accreditation

‘Committing to help improve financial education for young people’

Ayesha Venkataraman
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St James’s Place (SJP) has partnered with charity Young Enterprise to support the accreditation of schools looking to become ‘centres of excellence’ for financial education.

This partnership aims to support education providers, including primary and secondary schools, providing academic staff with the tools and resources needed to teach financial literacy and help build the financial confidence of students across the UK. SJP will be sponsoring 21 education providers, with seven each year over the next three years, mainly in deprived areas across the UK. These providers will be supported on their accreditation journey through a consultant from Young Enterprisesponsored by SJP to work one to one with the school. The first three schools to be sponsored by SJ...

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