Glasgow schools' credit union booklet
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Glasgow opens the first credit union for pupils

Pupils in their first year of secondary school in Glasgow are to be given £10 by the city council in a bid to teach them the value of money.

'Glasgow's Starter for Ten' is the first scheme of its kind in the UK.

The voluntary scheme aims to give pupils the chance to open a credit union account and to learn to save responsibly.

BBC Scotland's Suzanne Allen went along to the launch.