Learner Earner

Helping them learn. It’s what counts.

At Principality Building Society, we believe in the importance of providing children with a strong financial education. We’re passionately committed to educating school pupils across Wales and the borders, and in the last 18 months we’ve reached over 10,000 young people in Wales with financial education lessons.

But we want to make sure good savings habits are in every home, that’s why we’ve created the Learner Earner savings account, which both financially educates children and rewards them for reaching their savings goals.

This monthly saver account is designed for you and for them, combining a competitive interest rate with a way to teach your family good savings behaviours. With Learner Earner children will get fun and educational children’s activity packs for ages 5 – 11 years old, a moneybox, a story and sticker book.

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Learner Earner Details

Have a look at our Learner Earner in more detail. Find out about the Learner Earner terms and conditions.

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Open a Learner Earner

Our Learner Earner is only available through our branch network. You can request an appointment at one of our branches by completing a short online form.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Have a look at our Corporate Social Responsibility and charity work, including work in the financial education space.

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Learning to save isn't just for grown-ups. We're here to help your little ones.

  • 6th largest UK building society
  • A mutual building society, owned by and run for the benefit of our 500,000 members
  • Over 150 years experience
  • Taking care of over £10 billion of our customers' assets
  • Members can access a Member Rewards page featuring competitions, discounts and more.

Young boy holding moneybox with grandparent Good savings habits

There are many benefits to teaching children about money – for us and them! If children develop good financial skills from an early age, they will be more prepared to make financial decisions and meet financial challenges when they are an adult.

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Boy marking up his savings goal poster The benefits of saving

In an age of cashless payments and a million things to spend that cash on, it’s even more important that we teach our children good money habits from a young age.

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three moneyboxes Spend, save, share

A great way to help children manage their money responsibly is to split any money they have into three parts: A portion for spending, a portion for saving and another for sharing.

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