The Royal Institution of Great Britain are offering 72 grants of up to £500 for schools for mathematics enrichment activity. These are available to UK teachers of mathematics to primary or secondary aged pupils to support activities from the STEM Directories, a list of enrichment schemes, in the 2012-2013 academic year.
‘Enrichment’ is activity that is relevant to the subject being taught but that doesn’t directly address the curriculum – for example, through more depth, a broader coverage or additional subject areas. Grants will be allocated in two stages. Applications to round 1 close on Wednesday 26 September 2012 and round 2 on Friday 30 November 2012. The grants are funded by The Clothworkers’ Foundation.
More information: The Royal Institution of Great Britain Grants (NCETM).