Fund ID: S47215
Status: Open for Applications
Grants are available to provide outdoor learning training and equipment to schools and early years providers in England, Wales and Scotland.
Funding body: People's Postcode Lottery
Maximum value:£ 500
Application deadline: 12/11/2021
The Local School Nature Grants Scheme project is funded by six charitable trusts which receive their funding from People’s Postcode Lottery.
The trusts are: People’s Postcode Trust, Postcode Neighbourhood Trust, Postcode Places Trust, Postcode Society Trust, Postcode Local Trust or Postcode Community Trust.
Objectives of Fund
The aim of this fund is to promote outdoor learning among young children by providing schools and early years providers with outdoor resources and training. Successful applicants will include children in their decision making, whilst incorporating local
Grants provide an assortment of nature equipment up to the value of £500 and a two hour training session.
Note: the scheme does not provide cash grants.
Who Can Apply
The following are eligible to apply:
- Nurseries and other early years providers.
- Primary schools.
- Secondary schools.
Applicants must be employed by the school. Applications on behalf of the school from PTA's, Governors, 'Friends of' groups will not be accepted.
Successful applicants will receive an assortment of nature equipment up to the value of £500 along with a two-hour training session.
Eligible equipment include:
- Bird boxes.
- Bee hotels.
- Gardening equipment.
- Pollinator kits.
- Wildlife watching kits.
- Outdoor wear for adults and children.
Location England, Wales and Scotland.
How To Apply
There are four funding rounds in 2021.
The deadline for Round 4 applications is 12 November 2021 with notification of decisions by the end of November.
Guidance and an application form are available on the Learning through Landscape website.
Useful documents & links
Addresses and contacts
For further information on how to obtain this grant locally, please contact the following:
Learning Through Landscapes
Tel: 01962 392932