Grants available to schools and colleges in England who are using technology effectively, to share their experience and support other education providers.
The Department for Education (DfE) is looking to identify Demonstrator schools and colleges who are using technology effectively, and who are keen to share their experience and support other providers. This may include offering support and guidance on the effective use of technology to help reduce teacher workload, help create efficiencies, improve accessibility and inclusion, and ultimately support excellent teaching and learning.
Demonstrators will be expected to support a broad network of other schools and colleges through a mix of activities, which should include the provision of advice, guidance and training. As a minimum, Demonstrator schools and colleges should:
A third-party delivery partner will work with the Department to ensure that the Demonstrators are supported at a national level. The delivery partner will work collaboratively with Demonstrators from project inception through to evaluation and project closure.
Eligible applicants must be a state funded provider of primary, secondary or 16 to 19 programmes of education.
Grants of between £75,000 and £150,000 available to support the delivery of this programme. The aim is to fund at least two Demonstrators within each region across the country.
The level of funding made available to each Demonstrator will vary depending on the intensity of proposed activity and number of schools/college each provider will support.
If you applicants have any questions regarding the programme or application process, DfE will be running Q&A webinars on the following dates:
Applicants wishing to attend can register for these sessions via Eventbrite.
The deadline for EOI applications is 22 November 2019.
Applicants that are successful at the EOI stage will be invited to interview in January, with successful schools and colleges notified in early spring.