Quarterly Bulletin - 2019 Q2

Our Quarterly Bulletin explores topics on monetary and financial stability and includes regular commentary on market developments and UK monetary policy operations.
Published on 21 June 2019

Topical articles

An anniversary exhibition for the Bank of England: 325 years, 325 objects

The Bank of England officially came into being 325 years ago on the 27 July 1694. To mark this anniversary, the Bank of England Museum will open a new special exhibition, 325 years, 325 objects. This article looks at some of the exhibition’s key themes, including representation and inclusion. It is not a comprehensive catalogue of what is on display but a selection of highlights from the social history of the Bank since its foundation.

An anniversary exhibition for the Bank of England: 325 years, 325 objects

How education can help to build trust and understanding — a case study of our education programme

This article looks at one of the initiatives used by the Bank of England to boost public understanding and build public trust, developing an education programme for school age children. We have developed educational resources to equip young people with the knowledge and tools they need to engage with the economy, understand the personal relevance of economics and understand the role of the Bank of England. Our first resource, econoME, provides an introduction to the economy for students aged 11–16. 

A case study of our education programme

 

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