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By Sarah Everson


Grant fundraising Grants for schools


Boost funds for an existing or new project for your school, with our pick of the grants available this term…


Get pupils excited about science and technology with grant funding for a specialist project in the field


Science & Technology Facilities Council Grant value: Up to £15,000 Next deadline: Application window 14 March until 2 May 2019 Details: The Public Engagement Spark Awards scheme provides funds for novel, high-quality public engagement activities in the following areas of science: astronomy, solar and planetary science, particle physics, particle astrophysics, cosmology, nuclear physics and accelerator science. Schools can apply, but cannot obtain funding for programmes of formal education, equipment or school trips. It is a mandatory requirement that every application’s project team includes a current researcher in a Science & Technology Facilities Council-funded area of science and/or technology. How to apply: Online at stfc.ac.uk/public-engagement/ public-engagement-grants/stfc-public-engagement-spark- awards. The registration process takes up to four weeks.


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Sport Scotland Up to £100,000 1 April 2019 Supporting projects that create or improve places where people take part in sport or physical activity, Sport Scotland offers grants to cover up to 50% of project costs, or up to 75% for projects in areas of deprivation. The projects must be in Scotland, and school projects need to increase the range of physical activity and sporting activities available for community use within a school or education site. sportscotland.org.uk/ funding/sport-facilities-fund/


London Marathon Charitable Trust


£5,000 to £150,000


16 April 2019 The Facilities Grants Programme focuses on building, renovating and modernising facilities in London and Surrey that enable people to become and remain physically active, regardless of age, gender, ability, race or background. Applicants who can demonstrate an element of matched funding will be favoured. Facilities funded by these grants must be available for use by the wider community. lmct.org.uk/what-we-fund/


Great Britain Sasakawa Association


Up to £6,000 31 March 2019 The Foundation’s aim is to develop good relations between the UK and Japan by advancing the education of the people of both nations in each other’s culture, society and achievements. Activities and projects in science and technology; environment and social issues; Japanese studies and the Japanese language are favoured. Funding is intended to be a contribution, not the full project cost. gbsf.org.uk


DM Thomas Foundation


Up to £30,000 7 May 2019 The Foundation supports children and young people with disabilities, and disadvantaged children, to help ensure they have access to education and opportunities for growth and development. Applications should be made through an appropriate registered charity, e.g. the school’s PTA. Education funding is given for training, educational equipment, activity- based learning leading to accreditation, and sports equipment. dmthomasfoundation.org/what-we-do/grants/dmtf-central-grants/


Armourers & Brasiers’ Company


£600 for primary schools and £1,000 for secondary schools


Funding round opens on 1 April


The company gives financial support to schools to nurture achievement, enthusiasm and interest in science among primary and secondary school students. Grants can be used to purchase equipment so that students can enjoy practical science, to run science enrichment projects in schools, or to enable students to participate in science events and competitions. armourershall.co.uk/funding-grants/support-science-schools


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