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A-Z Funding for Schools 2022: A Comprehensive Guide to Grants Available to UK Schools

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Science Grants for Schools (England, Scotland & Wales) 6th February 2023

From September 2022, state-funded primary schools, nurseries and special schools in Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Blackpool, Bridgend, Glasgow,  Knowsley, Liverpool, Neath Port Talbot, Sa...

Funding for Links with Japan (UK) 6th February 2023

Grants of £2,000 - £9,000 are available to promote and support interaction between the two countries. Daiwa Foundation Small Grants can cover all fields of activity, including educational and oth...

Funding Available for Innovative Community Projects (UK) 3rd February 2023

Aviva has partnered with Crowdfunder to support small charities, schools, and community groups with innovative ideas that benefit their communities and are looking to raise up to £50,000. Aviva Co...

Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Grants Programme (UK) 3rd February 2023

The Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Grants Programme is offering grants of up to £1,000 to schools in the UK to set up Breakfast clubs for those children in most need.  To qualify for the programme t...

Grants of up to £1,500 Available to Celebrate London's Resilience and Diversity (London) 2nd February 2023

Community and voluntary groups (including schools) in London can apply for grants of up to £1,500 to help celebrate the Mayor's Community Weekend Fund. This will take place on the 23rd to 25th J...

Grants of up to £5,000 Available for Projects that Teach Digital Skills to Young People (Scotland) 2nd February 2023

Organisations in Scotland, such as schools, colleges, businesses, government agencies, and charities, can apply for grants of up to £5,000 for extracurricular projects aimed at teaching digital sk...

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Funding Available for Innovative Community Projects (UK) 2023-02-03

Aviva has partnered with Crowdfunder to support small charities, schools, and community groups with innovative ideas that benefit their communities and are looking to raise up to £50,000. Aviva Co...

Grants of up to £1,500 Available to Celebrate London's Resilience and Diversity (London) 2023-02-02

Community and voluntary groups (including schools) in London can apply for grants of up to £1,500 to help celebrate the Mayor's Community Weekend Fund. This will take place on the 23rd to 25th J...

Grants of up to £5,000 Available for Projects that Teach Digital Skills to Young People (Scotland) 2023-02-02

Organisations in Scotland, such as schools, colleges, businesses, government agencies, and charities, can apply for grants of up to £5,000 for extracurricular projects aimed at teaching digital sk...

Grants to Help Children & Young People Make, Learn & Earn in Music (England) 2023-01-17

Grants of up to £30,000 are available to organisations in England for projects that support children and young people facing barriers to make, learn and earn in music. The funding is made availabl...

Funding Case Studies

The Aviva Community Fund

The Aviva Community Fund offers organisations the chance to get funding for causes important to their community.

Cults Primary School in Aberdeen received funding from the Fund to further develop food preparation facilities within the School to enable learners to develop their knowledge and skills in this area. The funding enabled the school to alter an existing workspace, purchase a fridge/freezer, purchase of sets of suitable catering equipment and organisation of storage and food hygiene training for identified staff

For more information on funding opportunities through the Aviva Community Fund please click here.

Wolfson Foundation

The Wolfson Foundation is an independent charity that awards grants to support and promote excellence in the fields of science and medicine, health, education and the arts and humanities. Education is one of the Wolfson Foundation's central themes and underpins much of its work. Through its Education programme, the Foundation support teaching spaces at universities and secondary schools.

Lindsworth School in Birmingham received a grant of £16,000 for the refurbishment of on-site house for independent living skills programme.

For more information on funding opportunities through the Wolfson Foundation please click here.

Co-operative Group

The Co-operative Group gives 1% of what members spend on Co-op branded food products and selected services, as well as money raised from the sales of carrier bags and Co-op Scratch cards to local projects under the Local Causes programme.

Hamilton Lodge School and College for Deaf Children in Brighton received £3,608 towards a sensory room for pupils who are not only deaf, but have other disabilities such as visual impairments and cerebral palsy.

For more information on funding opportunities through The Co-operative group please click here

Garfield Weston Foundation

The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded, charitable grant-making foundation which supports a wide range of causes across the UK, donating over £62 million annually. The Trustees make grants across the UK to organisations in the following categories: Arts; Education; Youth; Health; Community; Environment; Religion; and Welfare.

Cropthorne with Charlton C of E First School received a grant of £1,000 for The Cropthorne Environmental Garden.

For more information on funding opportunities through the Garfield Weston Foundation please click here

The National Lottery Community Fund

The National Lottery Community Fund funds projects and activities that make communities stronger and more vibrant, and that are led by the people who live in them. National Lottery Awards for All offers funding from £300 to £10,000 to support what matters to people and communities.

Bildeston Primary School received a grant of £9805 to install a physical development and water play area to encourage children to explore water, build physical strength and improve confidence and team building skills.

For more information on funding opportunities through The National Lottery Community Fund please click here.

Wates Family Enterprise Trust

Wates Giving is the charitable programme run by the Wates Family Enterprise Trust. It was set up by the Wates Family, owners of the Wates Group, in 2008 to empower initiatives that make a real difference to society. They aim to invest around £1million every year in charitable activities which benefit communities for the long term.

Hannah More Primary School received £10,000 of funding to renovate and furnish an old Victorian classroom to be used as a ‘Nurture Room’.

For more information on funding opportunities through the Wates Family Enterprise Trust please click here.

Digital Xtra Fund

The Digital Xtra Fund provides rrants of up to £5,000 to extracurricular activity providers such as schools and colleges that teach skills such as coding, data science, and computational thinking and help inspire Scotland’s next generation of designers, developers, and digital technologists.

McLaren High School received funding from the Digital Xtra Fund to help 50 pupils develop a cross-curricular digital technologies project to help inspire other pupils at the High School. Projects include a laser harp, micro-wind turbine, a robot table-tennis player, and a computer programme that can perform facial recognition. All the projects will then be presented during a McLaren STEM Festival with industry experts and public.

For more information on the funding opportunities available through the Digital Xtra Fund please click here

 

Awards for All (England)

Awards for All is a Lottery grants scheme funding small, local community-based projects in the UK.

Ashfield School in Leicestershire has received a grant of £4,927 from Awards for All to provide disabled pupils at the after school sports club with an extended range of activities that will also help the youngsters compete in the National Junior Disabled games. The grant has enabled the school to extend its sporting programme to include things like tri-golf and zone hockey, which can be played by all abilities.

For more information on funding opportunities through the England Awards for All programme please click here

Daiwa Foundation

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation makes grants to individuals, institutions and organisations to promote links between the UK and Japan in all fields of activity. Under its Small Grants programme, grants of £1,000-£5,000 are available for educational and grassroots exchanges, research travel, the organisation of conferences, exhibitions, and other projects and events.

The Cottlesloe School in Buckinghamshire, received a grant of £1,500 through the Daiwa Foundation Small Grant scheme to support an educational exchange between the school and Japanese educational institutions, using drama to explore and understand cultural differences between the two countries.

For more information on funding opportunities through the Daiwa Foundation please click here

Foyle Foundation

The Foyle Foundation is an independent grant making trust that distributes grants to UK charities and not for profit organisations whose work is in the areas of Learning, the Arts and Health. Within its Learning remit funding is available to meet special educational needs and learning difficulties.

Bishop Pursglove C of E VA Primary School, Tideswell received a grant of £3,000 towards stage equipment to support drama activities at the school.

For more information on funding opportunities through the Foyle Foundation please click here

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Funding Guides

A-Z Funding Guide for Schools 2023

This Definitive Guide to School Funding provides over 300 pages of comprehensive and in-depth information on funding sources available to schools across the UK. With over 300 funding sources featured that could support a wide range of school projects and activities, this Guide is a must have for anyone who currently finds himself or herself responsible for or involved in fundraising for schools.

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How to Write a Winning Application

So you've done your research. You've identified relevant funders and you have a brilliant project that needs financial support. Writing a successful grant application is not so much about having a good idea for a project but more about understanding what it is that the Funding organisation is looking to support, who it is willing to support and communicating your project idea clearly and succinctly.

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