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Science Grant Scheme

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The Edina Trust offers £700 primary school science grants and £500 nursery science grants. Find out how to access your school science funding.

 

It’s quick and easy to access as our grants are
non-competitive, meaning funding is guaranteed if your school is located within one of our current areas.

 

Schools can use their grants for science resources, gardening equipment, science weeks, science subscriptions, science visits (in or out of school) and improving school grounds for science. See the 'How to Use the Grant' page for further information.

Grants are available in a local authority area for three years, after which we move on to new areas. See our FAQs for more information.

How to Access Your Funding

1. Choose your local authority area from our current eligible areas below.

2. Download a grant form.

3. Fill out the form and send it to the email at the end of the form.

4. We will be in touch to let you know when your grant is paid, or if we need to    check any details with you first.

5. It is up to the school to purchase items/book a visit with the grant.

The Edina Trust has created a range of pre-populated forms with themed equipment lists which schools and nurseries may wish to use. Alternatively, schools and nurseries may wish to create their own equipment list. The Edina Trust, although not able to assess product safety, seeks to ensure that all items in its pre-populated grant forms are from suppliers with a proven track record in supplying safe and reliable equipment to schools and nurseries. However, individual schools and nurseries will have their own local H&S policies and individual circumstances, and are responsible for carrying out their own risk assessments before selecting and using Edina Trust funded science equipment with their pupils. The Trust accepts no liability for any loss, damage or injury arising from the use of equipment or products purchased with its grants.

The deadline to submit your form is 14th June 2024. 

However, we recommend accessing your funding today, so you can get your new science resources in school as soon as possible. 

Any questions?

Check our FAQs

or contact us!

Our Grants
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School Grant

for Primary Schools and Special Schools

£700 per year for three consecutive years (total of £2,100).

Infant and Junior schools receive £350 for three consecutive years

(total of £1,050).

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Nursery Grant 

for local authority maintained Non-PVI Nurseries ONLY

One-off £500 grant at any point during the three year scheme. This includes stand-alone nursery schools and embedded nursery classes. 

FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions

Eligible Areas
& Consultants

How to Use the Grant

SGS Reporting

SGS
History

Special Offers

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Super Scientists Prize Draw Winners

2022-23
St John's Church of England Primary Academy (Sandwell)
Victoria Park Primary Academy - nursery class (Sandwell)
St Colmcille's Primary School (Newry, Mourne & Down)
Rathore School - nursery class (Newry, Mourne & Down)
Southcraig School (South Ayrshire)
Windyknowe Early Learning Centre (West Lothian)
Ogmore Vale Primary School (Bridgend)
Coychurch Primary School - nursery class (Bridgend)
Blacklow Brow Primary School (Knowsley)
Blueberry Park Primary School (Liverpool)
Childwall CE Primary School (Liverpool)
Holy Trinity CE Primary School (Sandwell)
Bispham Endowed Primary School (Blackpool)
Yew Tree Primary School (Sandwell)
Dovecot Primary School (Liverpool)
Scotstoun Primary School (Glasgow)
Alloway Primary School (South Ayrshire)
Eastmuir Primary School (Glasgow)
Gillygooley Primary School (Fermanagh & Omagh)
Killylea Primary School (Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon)
Hardy Memorial Primary School (Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon)
Presentation Primary School (Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon)
Ffaldau Primary School (Bridgend)
Alltwen Primary School (Neath Port Talbot)

Past Super Scientists

For the list of Past Super Scientist winners, click here!

Super Scientists Prize Draw

We love to hear how our grants have impacted science teaching and learning in schools. Your approval email sets out your school's timescale for reporting back to the Trust. Please visit our 'SGS Reporting' page and select how you would like to tell us how our funding has made a difference in your school! 

 

Any school that provides feedback is entered into a prize draw to win two quality science books from our list of recommended science books. Don't miss out - the winners will be announced at the start of each new term!  

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