Funding to Enrich and Enhance Maths and STEM Teaching in Schools (UK)

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Funding to Enrich and Enhance Maths and STEM Teaching in Schools (UK)

The Royal Institution has announced that its Maths E&E (Enrichment and Enhancement) Grant Scheme has re-opened for applications.

Grants of up to £500 are available to UK-registered state schools to host a STEM E&E maths activity selected from the STEM Directories offered by the Royal Institution. Activities listed on the Directories are described as ‘enrichment and enhancement’ because they are events or experiences that enrich or enhance (go beyond) the school curriculum and cannot easily be delivered with standard school resources. The grants can be used towards any activity listed on the STEM Directories to cover fees and expenses of the activity provider as well as travel expenses incurred by the school. Any other expenses incurred by the school are not covered. In order to apply for a grant, applicants need to be from a state-funded school, academy or sixth-form college in the UK and be a member of the school staff who is involved in teaching maths in that school. The grant can be used to cover fees and expenses of the activity provider as well as travel expenses incurred by the school. Any other expenses incurred by the school are not covered.

The closing date for applications is the 30th October 2016.

http://www.stemdirectories.org.uk/grant-scheme/

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