Money money money money.... money!

Hello everybody! This week in England 10- and 11-year-olds have been completing their end of Primary school exams, known as the SATs (not to be confused with the S.A.Ts over in America). Now, I have said more than my fair share about these tests and, while I am very tempted to say even more about them now… I’m going to resist because I promised you and I promised myself that I would complete my series on how to save you money while we suffer through this kafkaesque cost-of-living crisis. You’ll recall that I have already furnished you with a whole slew of recipes that are easy on the wallet , easy on the pallet and easy on the… they’re easy to make. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you can catch up here. I have also given you many many ways to entertain yourself for free via various TV, movie, book and magazine apps. Oh, one bonus thing that I forgot to mention actually. Last week when I said you could save yourself £159 by not watching BBC TV and cancelling your TV licence

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Money Saving Recipes for Teachers on a Budget!