FCS Associates

Primary Fund

In line with the Careers Strategy, the Department for Education, through The Careers & Enterprise Company, is investing £2 million in developing and extending career-related learning in primary schools.

The Fund will build the evidence base through both scaling and evaluating existing careers programmes and developing and testing new programmes through incubation and support.

About the fund
Career-related learning in primary schools is about exploration, understanding and challenging stereotypes for all children.

We know that children as young as six start to adopt stereotypes based on gender, ethnicity and social background. These stereotypes impact on engagement in learning and go on to influence career aspirations and subject choices as they progress through secondary school.

Helping children to expand their ideas of who they could become is a fundamental part of career-related learning in primary education. Existing programmes and ideas for interventions will greatly benefit both from the support of this Fund and the evaluation that is integral to it. We are seeking projects to apply for funding to help children keep their horizons broad and the doors open.

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Location: UK

Value: Up to £5k

Deadline: 15/03/19

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Primary Fund - FCS Associates

Primary Fund

In line with the Careers Strategy, the Department for Education, through The Careers & Enterprise Company, is investing £2 million in developing and extending career-related learning in primary schools.

The Fund will build the evidence base through both scaling and evaluating existing careers programmes and developing and testing new programmes through incubation and support.

About the fund
Career-related learning in primary schools is about exploration, understanding and challenging stereotypes for all children.

We know that children as young as six start to adopt stereotypes based on gender, ethnicity and social background. These stereotypes impact on engagement in learning and go on to influence career aspirations and subject choices as they progress through secondary school.

Helping children to expand their ideas of who they could become is a fundamental part of career-related learning in primary education. Existing programmes and ideas for interventions will greatly benefit both from the support of this Fund and the evaluation that is integral to it. We are seeking projects to apply for funding to help children keep their horizons broad and the doors open.

Click here for more information

Need help applying for this Grant? Contact us

 

Location: UK

Value: Up to £5k

Deadline: 15/03/19

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants