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Working in Collaboration


At St. Martha’s we have been working alongside some external agencies as we work towards achieving Centre of Excellence status. You can find out more about these by clicking on the links below.



MyBnk will be delivering high impact financial education to some of our middle and upper school classes. This will be completed through the ‘Money Twist’ programme which is a directly delivered Financial Education programme. You can find out more by clicking on the link.


Money Advice Scotland

Money Advice Scotland deliver interactive, engaging and informative financial education sessions to pupils P3 – P7 on a range of different money topics. Each topic is selected by the school to suit the abilities of the classes we are working with and will link in with the Curriculum for Excellence. These sessions challenge pupils to think about money in real life contexts, that they can additionally take away information from to discuss with adults at home. We also provide Money Skill resources that can be used at home which can be found if you click here.


Young Enterprise Scotland & Young Enterprise UK

During the academic year 2020-2021, St Martha’s were one of three primary schools who started taking a whole-school approach to developing their financial education as part of the Centres of Excellence in Financial Education programme. Please click on the link to find out more information.

 Financial Education | Young Enterprise Scotland (