Thanks for joining me at the It Takes A Spark Conference on 7 December at St Hilda’s!


I hope you found the session useful. In case you missed it, here’s my bio.

Below you’ll find:

  1. Links to some of the research I mentioned
  2. Downloadable links to the Maker Kids Club Success Path and curriculum mapping
  3. A short survey to give me feedback, and
  4. Some ways you can connect with Money School.

Thanks again for attending, wishing you a wonderful festive season.

1. Links to research



2. Maker Kids Club Resources


Download copies of:


For more information on Maker Kids Club, see how the schools program works.

If you’d like to share kidpreneur stories with your students as inspiration, find them here and on our YouTube channel.

From March to July 2020, the full Year 5 cohort at Perth College completed MKC. Given its success, the full Year 6 and 7 cohorts completed the program from June to November 2020. Gallup testing was completed in August 2020. These are the results:

Perth College Gallup Poll Results – Year 5 cohort each year, intervention in early 2020 before testing

Perth College Gallup Poll Results – 2020 response to ‘I am learning how to save and spend money’ by cohort

Perth College Gallup Poll Results – 2020 response to ‘I have a paying job now’ by cohort


3. Feedback Form


I’d really appreciate your feedback. Please complete the form below and click ‘Submit’:

If you’re feeling generous, a review on Facebook never goes astray – click ‘Share feedback’ when you get to Facebook 🙂

(…and if you have read my non-fiction book, an online book review would be AMAZING.)


4. Connect with Money School


If this is your first time to the site – welcome!

We help people become financially independent and reclaim their lives through independent, comprehensive financial education.

Want to learn more? Check out:

Lacey’s TEDx Talk

Why you should think about financial independence and mini-retirements

Money School

Lacey’s non-fiction book with Penguin Life (skip to Part 3 for risk management!)

Our Blog

Over 70 articles answering reader questions about money

Our Courses

Independent, online, self-paced learning, including our free course on debt

If you’d like to stay in touch, you’re welcome to follow us on your preferred social media channel (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube), submit a question via our Contact form, or join our mailing list: