To provide a forum for parliamentarians and organisations to discuss the current provision of financial education in schools, further education and higher education, and ensure that all young people - regardless of background - are equipped to make informed financial decisions.
Found: Last year the Prince’s Trust supported 60,500 young people across the UK to live, learn and earn. We deliver
Found: alongside any additional
individual needs of the young person.
Understanding the pathways
3. Essential Life Skills grant: S31 grant determination and letters
28/03/2019 - Department for Education
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Education, training and skills
Education of disadvantaged children
4. Research and analysis: Choices students make between different post-18 education routes
30/05/2019 - Department for Education
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22 3. Choices between Higher Education (HE), Further Education (FE) and
5. 16 to 19 education: financial support for students
28/10/2019 - Education and Skills Funding Agency
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16 to 19 education: financial support for students - GOV.UK
1. University Tuition Fees
25/10/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: petition on this important issue, and the 581,287 people—a very large number—who signed the petition, particularly - Speech Link
2: off young people from the most disadvantaged backgrounds from attending university. The Education Committee - Speech Link
2. Covid-19: Financial Implications for Schools
07/10/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: move,That this House has considered the financial implications of covid-19 for schools.I - Speech Link
3. Oral Answers to Questions
07/09/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: and saddened to learn of the incident in which a young person was seriously hurt on their way to school - Speech Link
2: the ones who stand up for a free press so that people can enjoy their newspapers every single day. - Speech Link
3: and closely with the higher education sector, utilising the higher education taskforce I have created, - Speech Link
4. Further Education Funding
04/11/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: this House has considered funding for further education.It is a pleasure to serve under your chairpersonship - Speech Link
5. Young People: Post-pandemic Employment
16/06/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: steps they will take to ensure that young people have access to education and training that is focussed on - Speech Link
2: jobs, we have provided unprecedented support to young people at risk of long-term unemployment, with access - Speech Link
3: worked together to design courses that will equip young people with the skills that this hard-hit retail industry - Speech Link
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Julian Knight MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 3577.
Public Enquiry Point:
Margaret Ambrose, Young Enterprise, The Coram Campus, 41 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ. Tel: 0207 330 8332
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