Children and money

Understand their money world and help them build good habits

Whether you’re a parent, grandparent or guardian, you can help the young people in your life develop good financial habits from an early age.

Step into your child’s money world

Find out more about children’s money matters from parents and experts.

Money milestones

From pocket money to part-time work – we explore the different stages in children’s understanding of money, and how you can help them learn.

When do I get my child a phone?

Handy hints to help you navigate the dos and don’ts of giving your child their own device.

Teenagers and money

Tips and tricks to have better conversations about money with your teenage children.

Help keep them safe online

From social media to online shopping – find out how to help keep your child safe in the digital world.

Get them on the right track

Hints and tips on teaching children about money, and opening an account for them.

Teaching children about money

Help your children develop good financial habits with these fun ways of learning about money.

BarclayPlus: your child’s first bank account

Just right for children aged 11 to 15, with lots of features to choose from in one easy-to-use account.

Young person’s account

A simple, secure bank account with no monthly fees and mobile access. Ideal for young adults aged 16 or 17 who want to take control of their money.


Set your children up for success by helping them develop valuable skills for their future careers.

Help for you

From better budgeting to digital skills – we’ve got lots of information to help you and your family manage your money.

Saving for your children

Start saving for their future with our range of savings accounts, including dedicated Children’s Savings Accounts.

T&Cs and eligibility criteria apply.

Digital help for the whole family

Help your kids learn to code with our Code Playground, or improve your digital knowledge with Barclays Digital Wings.

Money management

Budgeting and finance tips to help you become an expert in your own finances.