Funding for Schools Science Projects
04 Feb 2020 by Mazeline Hemmings
The Royal Society has announced that its Partnership grant scheme re-opened for applications on the 31st January 2020. Through the scheme grants of up to £3,000 are available for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) projects run at a primary or secondary school or college in partnership with a professional scientist or engineer.
The aim of the fund is to make the teaching of science more interesting within primary and secondary schools.
The Partnership Grant scheme forms partnerships to allow teachers to increase their scientific knowledge and to give scientists and engineers the chance to develop their communication skills and engage with enquiring young minds.
Any UK primary or secondary school teacher or practicing scientist/engineer can apply as long as the students involved in the project are between 5 and 18.
A partnership needs to be established before starting the application and the initial application must be started by the school partner as the primary applicant. The second partner should be an individual currently working in a STEM related profession, such as a researcher or analyst.
Specific enquiries can be made by emailing the Education Outreach team directly on email@example.com or by calling 020 7451 2531.