Funding grant for child-focussed projects Norfolk and Suffolk.

What we look for:

  • Projects which directly assist children, are child-focused and fun.
  • As far as possible projects should not be directly linked to the National Curriculum.
  • Priority will be given to out-of-school hours projects.
  • Priority will also be given to schools that received less than £600 from the grant in the previous academic year.
  • We are unlikely to award grant funding for items that have already been purchased and are in use.
  • We are unlikely to fund items that have been purchased prior to application.
  • When assessing the grant application previous prompt payment of invoices will be taken into account.

The Howard Duncan Project Grant

QTR offers schools that have used our services for 25 days or more during the academic year the opportunity to apply for a Howard Duncan Project Grant of up to £600.

This grant supports projects which directly assist children, are child-focused and fun.

The Howard Duncan Project Grant has rewarded a wide variety of projects, including funding for material and tools to develop a garden club, art and crafts projects, a cob oven for cooking while camping, musical instruments for a samba club, choral performances, and tools for an eco-club.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Howard Duncan Project Fund, or have a project you would like to submit, please call Rachel on 01379 651140

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How to apply

  • Initial enquiries should be made by telephone to Rachel Birrell
  • All applications must be supported by the school head teacher
  • Accurate financial details of the costs involved must be provided.
  • Applications can be submitted from January onwards.