CUF Research and Policy

LifeSavers Evaluation: Interim Report

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Uncertain incomes, lifelong indebtedness and high housing costs are central to making financial capability a prominent issue for younger generations. Research has shown that children form habits and attitudes to money from as young as the age of seven, conveying the importance of LifeSavers’ work and its potential to improve financial wellbeing for the next generation.

This independent report is an interim evaluation of the delivery and impact of LifeSavers to 30 schools in 2016/17. The final evaluation report covers the delivery and impact of LifeSavers across two years between 2016 and 2018, covering 70 schools.