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Royal Society Partnership Grants
Do you have a great idea for bringing research alive in schools?
Partnership Grants of up to £3,000 are available to UK schools and colleges to carry out investigative STEM research projects in their classrooms in partnership with a STEM professional from academia or industry.
The grants are designed to help UK schools and colleges to purchase equipment to run these projects. The scheme is open to both primary and secondary schools, including sixth form colleges.
From 2020, there has been a new extension to the scheme called Tomorrow’s climate scientists. This programme is funding schools who are specifically carrying out research into climate change and biodiversity.
This scheme is open to applications:
The 2021 funding round is now open for applications. Due to COVID-19 the deadline for Stage 1 has been extended until the end of May and Stage 2 will remain open until the end of June.
To help teachers and STEM partners with the application process, free online training sessions are being run until the end of May.
Book now to learn more about the scheme and to receive tips about how to make your application stand out.
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