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Bank of England Museum’s Keeping on an Even Keel Educational Video

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These educational videos from the Bank of England Museum help teach GCSE & A Level Economics.

Suitable for: KS4, KS5
Key Subjects: Economics, Maths
Links to National Curriculum: Yes

Explain the Bank of England’s roles and responsibilities with these short films.

These educational videos from the Bank of England Museum use nautical metaphors and animation to explain the Bank’s roles and responsibilities in an accessible, imaginative and entertaining way.

The series is divided into seven short modules, which provide a simple guide to the Bank’s monetary policy and financial stability roles. They explain why low inflation and a safe and stable financial system matter to the UK economy and how the Bank contributes to achieving them.

In this series:

These educational videos link to Economics. This resource is suitable for students in KS4 & KS5.

Key Stage 4

Key Stage 5



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