£400,000 of funding is available in 2022/23 – £200,000 for STEM projects (including digital) and £200,000 for Numeracy and Mathematics projects. The aim of the programme is to address the barriers that practitioners face in accessing appropriate high-quality professional learning that meets their needs.
Please read our guidance document for full details: Round 4 STEM Grant Guidance 2022.23
The online application is now live: https://forms.education.gov.scot/s/ . You will need to register to begin your application.
A WORD version of the application is also available to help you prepare your application offline. STEM Grants Application Form Round 4 2022.23 WORD Version.
See this presentation to find out more about the Round 4 grants. STEM Grants Round 4 Presentation 2022.23
For a list of bids that have been successful in previous rounds, see the interactive spreadsheet on the STEM Summary Page of the National Improvement Hub.
Online engagement sessions
Education Scotland is running five joint STEM grant engagement sessions. These will provide applicants with the opportunity to discuss their proposals with Education Scotland colleagues from STEM, Digital, Numeracy and Mathematics, Improving Gender Balance and Equalities and CLD teams.
- Monday 9 May – 1600 to 1700 Register for session 5