School Saver Clubs
FAIRshare works in partnership with local schools to help young people get into the savings habit and learn money management skills.
We will help Schools to set up a Savings Club and will provide training and support for volunteers that are in place. Weekly or fortnightly collection points can be set up and run by school volunteers in conjunction with the children. There is no direct financial cost to the school.
We recommend schools take an active part in the running of the School Saver Clubs and encourage the school to get their pupils involved. The scheme can link into the National Curriculum by developing personal, learning and thinking skills (PLTS).
6 great reasons to join your School Saver Club
- Helps children develop a savings habit & learn money management skills
- Adds to the curriculum be bringing social, literacy & maths skills into a real-life environment
- Promotes school values including responsibility & appreciation
- Outstanding 2.5% annual bonus (FAIRsharepaid 2.5% to Young Savers in 2016)
- Safe & Secure*
- Local & Ethical**
*FAIRshare Credit Union is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Our members’ money is also protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
**FAIRshare Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial co-operative or ‘community bank’ for everyone who lives or works or studies in Telford & Wrekin and Shropshire. FAIRshare is owned by and run for the benefit of its members. An annual dividend may be paid from any surplus.
Apley Wood School Saver Club launched in December 2016 and is open to children in Year 5 & 6 – for more information, click here.
For more information please download the following Introduction Sheet –
If you would like a School Saver Club in your school, please contact FAIRshare.