|The Royal Society of Chemistry – Primary Science Teaching Empowerment Fund (UK & Ireland)
The Royal Society of Chemistry makes grants to support activities that support science teaching in primary schools in the UK and Ireland. The fund is designed to help schools plan and organise collaborative projects or events aimed at improving science teaching at primary level, and developing leadership skills in teachers and technicians.
|Ironmongers Foundation Stem Grants (UK)
The Ironmongers’ Foundation wishes to support initiatives that encourage talented young people to study science subjects at school and go on to pursue engineering-related further education or vocational training. Preference will be given to projects engaging young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Participants must be under the age of 25. Activities must be within the UK, with a preference for urban areas outside London and particularly areas in the north and midlands with a manufacturing presence.
|British Council - Connecting Classrooms Partnership Grants (UK)
The Connecting Classrooms through Global learning programme provides grants of up to £35,000 to clusters of schools or one-to-one school partnership to support a wide range of global learning activities, including training for teachers and supply cover, reciprocal visits to international partners schools, and hosting community events. The funding is available to schools with existing partnerships or those seeking to develop new partnerships. There are no application deadlines; and applications can be submitted at any time.
|Spark Awards (UK)
The Spark Awards provide grants of up to £15,000 for programmes of public engagement that inspire and involve target audiences with science and technology. Activities must focus on astronomy, solar and planetary science, particle physics, particle astrophysics, cosmology, nuclear physics or accelerator science. Well-planned proposals for novel or innovative approaches towards engagement are welcomed. Grant funded researchers, STFC scientists and engineers, facility users, schools, museums, science communicators and amateur astronomy groups are all eligible to apply.
|Royal Society of Biology – Outreach and Engagement Grants (UK)
The Royal Society of Biology (RSB) Regional grant scheme allows individual members of the RSB to apply directly for funding to help run an event or activity in their region. All events that promote biology, and engage people with subjects in the life sciences, their study or application, will be considered. Grants of up to £500 are available and funding can be used for: Promotion, publicity and marketing materials; Room equipment and facility hire; Equipment and resources to increase capacity to deliver events and activities; Speaker or presenter costs; Travel Costs
|The Froebel Trust – Innovation Grants (UK)
Friedrich Froebel was a German educator who devised a set of principles and practices which formed part of an interactive education process. The Froebel Trust promotes the principles developed by Froebel and their vision is a world in which childhood is valued in its own right and each child’s capacity and potential is recognised. The Innovation Grants programme supports the application of Froebelian principles in new areas and environments to support children between the ages of 0 and 8 to play expressively and creatively. Projects funded under the Innovation Grants programme should achieve the following outcomes: Children are supported to play expressively and creatively; New organisations have developed an understanding of Froebelian principles; The Froebel Trust’s profile and awareness has increased.