Local Grants & Support
|4 schools - museums & attractions||Provide online sessions give school groups of all ages the opportunity to explore Durham University’s museums, attractions and collections.|
|County Durham Community Foundation||Provides a range of grants for voluntary and community groups, registered charities, community interest companies, and organisations with charitable aims.|
|County Durham Sport||Funding provided for Durham (Derwentside, Chester Le Street, Durham, Easington, Sedgefield, Teesdale and Wear Valley).|
|Durham County Council|
|Durham Learning Resources||Offers schools the loan of a wide range of quality resources to support an enriched curriculum and inspire creative teaching and learning.|
|Durham Music Trust||Supports young people in with their musical endeavours and to create exciting musical events to give our young people the chance to display their musical talents to our wider community.|
|Durham University Talks & Masterclasses||The University offer a range of free school talks for GCSE and A level students.|
|Ednorth||Ednorth is a programme that aims to inspire change in all classrooms across the North East by promoting an educational culture led by informed debate, research, collaboration, and excellence.|
|Parent Reaching Out Grants||A grants program to provide funding with a focus on the identification and removal of barriers that may prevent parents and families from participating and engaging fully in their children’s learning.|
|School shoes and a winter coat grant||The School Benevolent Fund is an independent registered charity which offers a grant towards shoes and coats for school pupils.|
|Schools North East||
A regional network of schools, led by Head Teachers. Together they focus on shaping the future of education in the North East.
|SHINE Trust - School Grants||SHINE offers support to projects that can make a real difference to the attainment of children from disadvantaged backgrounds in the North of England.|
|The Durham & Chester-le-Street School Sport Partnership Fund||A partnership of schools hosted by Durham Sixth Form Centre that develops sport and physical activity for young people and their families in the Durham City and Chester-le-Street areas.|
Funding provided for the Tees Valley (Hartlepool, Stockton, Darlington, Middlesbrough and Redcar).
National retailers' local branches
National retailers can also assist local schools. Please reach out to your local branches for the following retailers:
|The National Lottery Community Fund||
The National Lottery Community Fund distributes over £600m a year to communities across the UK.
Review successful grant awards from your local area(s), below:
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