Working with Schools

At Elent, we're on a mission to financially educate the next generation.

By teaching financial education in schools, we aim to tackle the root causes of inequalities stemming from financial illiteracy.

We work with education providers across the UK


What we offer

We offer a series of bespoke workshops covering topics that are not on the school curriculum


You have formed your financial habits by age 7 and whilst at Elent we believe this is reversable we want to provide education for Years 3 and on, that will set them up for life. These are fun and interactive workshops for any group size.

Students will be able to

  • Understand the basics of money
  • Know the difference between savings and spending
  • Navigate the world buying goods


The series is for those looking to continue their education into some of the most stressful times in our lives.We will review debt, budgeting and payslips, including understanding pensions and what the changes have been.

Students will be able to

  • Read and understand payslips
  • Know the difference between pension types and how they work
  • Navigate the world of savings as they prepare for their futures


University or the world of work? With our workshops we can cover both. This workshop is here to break down the misunderstandings about student loans, budgeting and other university costs but also open their understanding to what first time jobs mean for their finances.

Students will be able to

  • Make an informed decision on how to finance further education
  • Budget effectively, taking into account changes such leaving the family home
  • Understood how being self-employed works and the factors to consider


We have worked with many amazing schools

“A huge thank you to Elent for your brilliant presentation to our Upper Sixth yesterday. They were absolutely buzzing afterwards, and several stopped me in the corridor to say how much they enjoyed listening to you and how much they had learnt. Thank you also for talking to the students individually afterwards and giving them valuable career advice.”

St Helen & St Katharine

“Elent gave one of the best talks we have had all year to our Year 9s and 10s. The girls loved the engaging, practical manner and so many of them have commented on how useful the session was. All the information was presented in an accessible format that crucially gave the girls a sense of agency in their financial decision-making.”


“Elent delivered valuable lessons on financial education and encouraged our students to discuss these topics with their parents at home. It was a brilliant and enlightening session enjoyed by all. Even the teachers found themselves learning new things!”

Wimbledon Junior

“Elent offered a fantastically upbeat and relevant workshop for our Sixth Form students; the material was engaging, up to date and thought provoking. Elent was a pleasure to deal with throughout the process – extremely professional and wholly reliable, delivering such an important aspect of education often overlooked, and particularly for women and girls. The energy and enthusiasm for finance is infectious!”

Croydon High

“I couldn't fault the professionalism and enthusiasm. Abi engaged with the students incredibly well which led to excellent and open discussion. We look forward to welcoming her back next term.”

Putney High

“The workshop was a success. It educated and engaged pupils and provided essential information which many of them were not aware of, as reflected in the positive feedback we received.”


“The feedback from females pupils at Bethany School has been excellent, the personal approach and useful resources gave our pupils a perspective on financial matters that are much needed in today’s climate. We’ll certainly repeat our booking next year”


Frequently asked questions

If you have anything else you want to ask, reach out to us.

    • Are you DBS Checked?

      All of our teachers are fully DBS checked.

    • What qualifies you to teach personal finance?

      We are a team of ACA Chartered Accountants with extensive experience in both practice and industry.

    • What is the youngest year you teach?

      We teach all age groups starting from Year 1.

    • Can you support not only our students but our teachers as well?

      Of course. We run teacher only workshops to help effectively integrate financial education into their classrooms.