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  • really good

    , Aug 5th
  • Maths

    , Nov 15th
  • The first slide states the most valuable note we use in the UK is £50...? Higher notes are available, could you explain please?

    , Sep 15th
    • Hi napoole,
      Thank you for your comment, I will ask one of our teacher advisers about this for you. :)

      , Sep 15th
    • Hi napoole,
      Thank you for commenting on our resource. Higher value bank notes do exist in bank vaults but to avoid confusing the children we have stuck to notes that they would see in circulation. The £50 note is the highest value note in circulation in England but even these are becoming rare as they can be viewed with suspicion by shopkeepers who often refuse to take them. Scotland does have a £100 note but again, it is rarely used in circulation :-)

      , Sep 16th
  • I live in Sweden, is there any possibility you can make some of the resources editable, so that I can change them from pounds to kronor?

    , Apr 21st
    • Hi there kab3105, thanks for your comment! I have passed your request on to our resource designers, are there any other resources which would be particularly useful in an editable version. :)

      , Apr 21st
    • Hi kab3105! The updated version has now been sent to you! Let us know if there are any more resources that would be useful as an editable version :)

      , Jul 31st
Money Maths PowerPoint Quiz

Money Maths PowerPoint Quiz - We love powerpoints! Great for supporting your teaching on this topic, they can be used as discussion starters and during whole-class teaching. An absolute must!
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