Schools across Wales are being very proactive and doing some great work to ensure that their Service children are not disadvantaged due of the impact of being part of an Armed Forces family. Click here to see examples of good practice.
Sometimes, schools and Local authorities need to access additional funds in order to continue to support Service children in the most effective way. SSCE Cymru recognised that it’s not always easy identifying what funds are available, what grants are most relevant to their project and what is the best way to approach completing the application forms.
A group of SSCE Cymru stakeholders have produced this document in order to provide schools and Local authorities in Wales with a guide on the grant streams that are available, along with advice on completing the application forms. This advice comes from members of the funding panels, as well as schools and local authorities that have been successful in applying for the grants.
Further information and advice on these three funding streams can also be found in the ‘Service children – funding guidance for schools in Wales’ document.
Grants of up to £20,000 are available to support projects across the UK that either help integrate Armed Forces and civilian communities across the UK, and/or deliver valuable local services to the Armed Forces Community.
Collective and Collaborative grants available to help ease the difficulties that sometimes happen with the education of children of members of the Armed Forces as a result of their parents’ service.