Money saving tips for teachers

teachersMoney saving tips for teachers



Save money when you are at school
With the new school year underway, you may already be worrying about all the things you need to buy in preparation for the year ahead. If you have children at school, this cost may rise to several thousands of pounds.

At Teachers Assurance, we also know that most teachers would also like to save some money now for things they’d like to do or buy in the future.

With that in mind, we’ve come up with five money saving tips to help you cut the cost. (more…)

Top 10 Money Saving Tips for Teachers

teacherTop 10 Money Saving Tips for Teachers


It may be the season to be spending, but with continuing strain on the household purse strings, start the New Year in thrifty style!

Here are 10 simple, cost-cutting tips that could help you reign in the outgoings and save some pennies:

1. Own brand bargains

If you tend to opt for the big name brands when buying food, try the shop’s own. There can be a big difference in price and not as much difference in taste as you think. (more…)

Money Saving Tips for Teachers

teachersMoney Saving Tips for Teachers


I was invited to give a hands-on workshop for teachers at the Educator’s Networking Conference held at Cedar Crest College last weekend, and we had LOTS of fun!! The topic was Creative Money Saving Tips for the Classroom, and we were busy, busy, busy with all sorts of super-frugal classroom activities! I felt so lucky to work with such a great group of teachers!!

Here is a quick recap of the session. If you are a teacher or homeschooler, you may want to bookmark this post for future reference! (more…)

Money Saving Tips for Teachers

 The_Physical_Illusion20 Money-Saving Ideas for Teachers


Use the plastic “popcorn” from packages for art projects and math counters.

Ask at your local newspaper for leftover newsprint for art projects and drawing paper.

Scout out companies that use computer paper.  They often discard the last few inches of a stack of paper rather than risk running out while printing.

Swap and share with other teachers rather than buying duplicate supplies.

Check magazines and newspapers for coupons and free offers. (more…)