Available at participating primary schools, School Banking encourages kids to save a little money each week (any amount) into their Youthsaver account, helping them learn about the value of money and develop a good saving habit. Three out of four parents of School Bankers agree it’s helped teach their child an important life skill and given them a head start in life with understanding money1.
A one-stop resource that helps you bring money to life for children. Browse tips and advice and download fun activities such as colouring-in sheets, puzzles and budget and chore trackers.
Designed for children under 12 years of age, Dollarmites makes money fun, with online activities and tips to help children save for the things they want sooner.
Start Smart is Australia’s leading financial education program for students. Our Start Smart workshops make learning about money fun and give students the confidence to make smart decisions about money from a young age.
1 Parents of children participating in CommBank’s School Banking program (n=523), School Banking Research, conducted by Fiftyfive5, May-June 2018.
2 Parents of Australian primary school children (n=1144), School Banking Research, conducted by Fiftyfive5, May-June 2018.
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# The CommBank Youth app is available to download from the App Store on any iOS 9+ device. Your child will need a NetBank client number and password to log on. You can set this up when applying for a new account. Existing customers simply visit a CommBank branch with identification for you and your child's birth certificate, or if you can see your child's account in your NetBank or CommBank app, you can set this up online. The CommBank Youth app is free to download, however your mobile netbank provider may charge you for accessing data on your phone.