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?>Berkshire Outdoor Education Trust - FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if I miss the 24th May deadline?

The Trust may be able to give a grant if the application is received prior to the June meeting. In extraordinary circumstances, a grant may be approved at the November meeting.

Do you support grants to individuals?

The Trust will only accept applications from schools or other educational establishments. Any grant will go to the school but the Trust does not mind if the school then uses the grant to assist individual families.

What information do you need?

Schools wishing to apply for grants should download the Grant Application Form found on the Grants page. As well as the completed form, all applicants must provide the Trust with a supporting statement on letter headed paper which should include: - The deprivation factor of the school - The percentage of disadvantaged pupils in the school - Any other challenges that the school faces - The benefits that the children will gain as a result of receiving a grant

Is there any limit on the amount of grant that can be applied for?

To date grants from the Trust have ranged from £500 up to £3000. The Trust has capital assets of £500K, which are invested and produce an annual income of approximately £20K. But there is nothing to prevent the Trust using its capital to increase the grant level.

Does it matter where our school is located?

The Trust exists to grants to assist Berkshire schoolchildren to participate in a visit to a centre for outdoor education in the UK. The Trust allocates grants on the basis of need, so that schools with a large proportion of pupils on free school meals are more likely to receive a grant than schools with only a few such pupils.

We don't want to go to Rhos-y-Gwaliau. Is it worth applying?

Yes. We consider and give grants to support children to attend outdoor education centres other than Rhos-y-Gwaliau.

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