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  • Student reaction has been overwhelmingly positive. I have rarely found students so eager to master concepts, spurred on, no doubt, by the fact that their decisions have real consequences.

    Michael McLean, Head of Humanities and Experiential Learning, Flinders Christian Community College

  • Some students are even checking in on the weekend! Very engaging and I have seen great behavioural improvements as they are very occupied and interested in this unit.

    Kate Wilson, Teacher, Mornington Secondary College

  • Banqer High has the highest engagement levels of any program that we have done all year.

    Sam Jacka, Lead Teacher Year 7/8, Northern Bay College

  • Banqer fits in beautifully with our Maths and Personal Capacity lessons. It brings the money and financial mathematics concepts we teach to life.

    Kerri Dendle, Head of Year 9, St Andrew's Anglican College

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Grow students' true financial capability and create real life impact

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Engage every student and spark their curiosity beyond the classroom

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Starting your first Banqer lesson is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Register your school, invite your students and download your first lesson plan.

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Banqer High effortlessly aligns to the state curriculum’s financial literacy strands

Wellington Secondary College has embedded Banqer High into its ‘Financial Fitness’ elective for Year 10s, ticking every box on the Consumer and Financial Literacy strand of the Victorian Curriculum

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Prioritising Financial Education

Meeting the challenge of providing financial literacy for all. Josh Brown is Assistant Principal of approximately three hundred Year 7 to 9 students at Northern Bay, a large multi-campus high school in Victoria.

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