Get inspired by stories of Banqer in action in classrooms across New Zealand.
500 Year 10 students learn the consequences of financial decision-making... the fun way
Westlake Boys High School uses Banqer High to bring the ‘real’ to financial literacy with its Year 10 cohort, almost five hundred students, as part of a two-term financial capabilities course 'Finance and Society'.
Investing in Financial Literacy and Seeing the Returns
Lincoln High School is a future-focussed, innovative secondary school with approximately 1,400 students. Banqer High provides the backbone of their new Financial Literacy course, delivering the majority of content during the first 10 weeks.
Albany Junior High School (AJHS) on Auckland’s North Shore has in the region of 1,200 students in years 7 to 10. Opened in 2005, AJHS was the first purpose-built modern learning environment school. Their vision is to provide a future-focused curriculum, relevant and challenging for all levels of ability.
Effortlessly embed Financial Literacy into the Curriculum
Waimea College is one of the South Island’s largest secondary schools with approximately 1600 students. In Year 10 the Commerce Department offers two half year courses, Economics and Accounting, and students select one or both. Banqer has been successfully integrated, effortlessly embedding Financial Literacy into the curriculum.
Fostering Financial Capability for Life After School
St Andrew’s College is a co-educational independent school in Christchurch, operating from pre-school to Year 13. The College is committed to ensuring that these students, as well as those entering the workplace, have the financial capability to smoothly transition to the next stage of their life.