SHINE funding for projects supporting disadvantaged pupils

Teachers and schools in the North of England are being offered the chance to access funding for projects supporting children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The education charity SHINE offers funding for teachers via its Let Teachers Shine competition. It also offers funding for schools to support the creation of specific programmes or projects.

The Let Teachers SHINE competition is open to any qualified, practising teacher working in England. The idea is to support teachers to help them develop their ideas to boost the attainment of children from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Let Teachers SHINE offers grants of up to £25,000 over two years for teacher-led projects that support disadvantaged children in the North of England to succeed in English, maths or science.

Previous winners of the award have included Bruno Reddy for Times Tables RockStars and Colin Hegarty for Hegarty Maths.

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