Financial education

We believe that continuous education is fundamental for our current and future clients to have a good understanding of the world of finance and the causes and consequences of various decisions in this area. This is why we run financial education programmes aimed at different age groups.

Project "Finansiaki"

This is our original economic education project, aimed at teachers and parents of children aged 3 to 14. It consists of:

www. website

Thanks to the educational website www. we support parents and teachers in conveying their knowledge on broadly understood finances. On the website there are free and ready to use educational materials which can be downloaded or displayed.

All materials are prepared by experts in accordance with the official curriculum for pre-school education and the curriculum for general education in primary school. The portal is available in desktop and mobile versions and is certified according to WCAG 2.0 as "Barrier-Free Website " at level AA.

  • Lesson scripts for teachers

  • Educational materials
    for parents and carers

  • Advice

  • Teaching aids

  • Animations

  • Games

Guidebook "Finansiaki to my"

Our guide is aimed at parents and carers who want to talk and teach their children about finance responsibly from an early age.
During the pandemic, in support of those who stayed at home to care for their children, we published an electronic version of the book. The e-book is now available for download at

  • 11 500

    printed copies circulated

  • 100

    copies of the book distributed to customers in 2020

  • 3 500

    electronic books sent to parents opening Account<30 in 2020

  • 642

    downloads of the e-book from the website in 2020

Lesson scripts for volunteers

For several years, the bank's employees have been able to run classes in kindergartens and schools based on lesson scripts specially prepared for them (as described in the 2019 Financial Education-Santander Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2019).

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting restrictions made it impossible to carry out the lessons as before, so in order to maintain interaction with parents and teachers and to continue educating the youngest, the project was moved to social media. In the future, we are planning to return to the classrooms.

  • 201

    children participated in

  • 9

    lessons run by volunteers (in the first two months of 2020)

''Finansiaki To My'' Facebook page

The “Finansiaki to my” Facebook page was launched in December 2020. The posts are intended to inspire FB users, facilitate financial education for children at home or school and encourage them to use the educational materials available on

Transparent artwork referring to financial topics can be a starting point for many interesting conversations with the youngest, e.g. about what money is, where it comes from, why things cost money and why it is so important to save money. The messages are divided into two target groups – parents and teachers. Teachers are offered lesson scripts while parents can read articles with tips for holding conversations and ideas for games and activities.

"The power of habit or why financial education is important" Webinar

In October 2020, on the occasion of World Saving Day, we prepared and launched the webinar „The power of habit or why financial education is important”. Our experts were the authors of the guide, Paweł Oksanowicz and Dr Agata Trzcińska, as well as Monika Rozbicka-Szlosek, leader of the  Bank’s Savings and Investments Tribe. They discussed, among others, the impact of habits acquired in childhood on financial decisions taken in adult life and why it is worth teaching children to save money from an early age.