If the scheme is running in your children's school (see participation list), your children can join for free and all the money saved is theirs to withdraw again at a later date.
Junior savers are issued with their very own Passbook and 'deposit' and 'withdrawal' slips. Collection day is once per week (term-time only) and money must not be brought in for saving on any other day. Savers may deposit as little as they like - there is no minimum. It is a really good idea to keep saving regularly, even if it is only a small amount each week. It soon adds up!
Each collection day, your children should bring their money, their passbook and a deposit slip to school - they should remember to fill out the deposit slip beforehand. When they want to take their money out, they should bring a completed withdrawal slip on collection day and they will receive a cheque the following week.
You can keep saving and make withdrawals even when school is closed. Come to one of our collection points or the Main Office in Wood Street, Maryport. You children can also use their personal barcodes to pay in at a local Post Office or PayPoint.
Any school wishing for more information please contact John Bailey on firstname.lastname@example.org
Children who save £10 will receive a free 'piggy bank' - a miniature house to save notes and spare coins in. Save £20 to win the Bronze Certificate. Further certificates available for saving £30 and £50.
More and more schools are joining our 'Junior Savers' schemes every term. 'Junior Savers' is for those aged under 16 (there is no minimum age). You can see a list of schools that are currently participating below: