What is it?

The Royal Institution Maths Enrichment and Enhancement (E&E) Grant Scheme gives grants of up to £500 to UK state schools to deliver a maths activity from the STEM Directories.

The STEM Directories is an online catalogue of STEM E&E activities offered by organisations across the UK.

Who can apply?

Any state funded primary or secondary school, academy or sixth-form college in the UK can apply. The application needs to be made by a member of school staff who is involved in teaching maths.

What is available?

Schools can apply for a grant of up to £500 to use towards an activity listed in the STEM Directories that has a maths emphasis.

The grant can be used to cover fees and expenses of the activity provider as well as travel expenses incurred by the school.

The grant needs to be spent by the end of the 2016 summer term.

How do I apply?

There is an online application form to complete. Details of how the Royal Institution will assess your application can be found on the E&E Grant Scheme webpage.

The deadline for applications is the 1st November 2015.

For more information, please visit the STEM Directories website before making your application.

Good luck!

If you’re interested in science and STEM grants for your school, we also recommend taking a look at the Royal Society Partnership Grants Scheme.

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