Primary Award Application Form

Primary Budget Remaining: *** Summer 2: £650 ***

Applications Now Open


If you haven't already registered interest in our awards, you may wish to do so in order to receive information/notifications directly instead of relying on school generic emails (e.g. admin@...) filtering down to you.

Primary Awards (up to £1000):

  • You may submit this form at anytime from 9/09/2019 until 22/05/2020or until the half-termly pots run out.
  • Apply for a specific project (e.g. activity, resource, training, visiting speaker/workshop, trip etc).  Include costings and supplier.
  • Part-Funding:  We prefer to fund an entire project, but if you are applying to us to fund part of a project, you must demonstrate that the additional funds are in place/committed.
  • Key "selling" points are one or more of longevity,  depth/breadth of benefit and extra-curricular aspects. (See Assessment Criteria).
  • Schools will be awarded a maximum of £1000 per school per academic year.  Applications can be made as a single bid or multiple bids over the year up to this maximum. 
  • Bids are awarded for our focus subject areas of science, maths, PE, the arts and information technology.   We welcome bids that benefit one or a combination of these areas.
  • We will contact you as soon as possible with a decision (we aim to reply within 2 weeks).   Payments will be by BACS transfer only during lockdown.
  • We advise you to word process your longer answers and paste them into the boxes in case of a submission glitch.  You are very welcome to email any supporting documentation (e.g. a costs spreadsheet or quote) to - just tell us you have done this in the form.
  • Please check the table below to ensure your school has not already been awarded the £1,000 maximum this year.
  • Lockdown:  Please ensure you would be able to implement your project within a reasonable timeframe before applying.

Primary Award Winners for 2019/20

(Click links for details of the awards won.  Each school may make bids totalling a maximum of £1,000 over an academic year)

Almond Hill   £600 Grange Academy  £388 Manland  £988 St Nicholas £1000
Applecroft £1000 Greenfield £1000 Maple Grove £1000 St John's £1000
Ashwell   £933 Holtsmere End (2)  £996 Offley £1000 The Wroxham £954
Breachwood Grn  £1000 Icknield Walk  £1000 Oxhey Wood £1000 Tonwell St M. £915
Bromet £1000 Icknield Inf/N.  £449 Pixmore £1000 Woodside £1000
Brookman's Pk. £860 Kenilworth £988 Sarrat  £975 Warren Dell £1000
Broxbourne   £978 Kingsway Jnr. (2) £1,000 St Giles CE  £834  Harvey Road £1000
Cassiobury  £1000 Leverstock Grn. £900 St Margaret C. (2)
£1000 Hobletts Manor £1000
Gade Valley £900 Little Reddings  £858 St Mary's CE £991  Moss Bury £935
Giles Junior £1000 Long Marston  £1000 St Meryl £1,000  St Bernadette £560
Mandeville £1000 Letchmore Infants £1000  Longmeadow £897  Newberries £1000
St John's Infant £1000 Hillshott Infant (2) £932 Oak View £1000  Bayford C of E £1,000 
St Mary's (916) £1,000 Merryfield Community £500  Flamstead End (2) £986   The Grove Junior £928 
Great Gaddesden C/E £956 Abel Smith £1000        

Primary School Award Application Form


If your EdufundUK application only covers part of the total cost of the project,  you need to explain where the rest of the funding is coming from.   


Unfortunately, we cannot award a grant if we are not sure the project will go ahead within a reasonable time frame.


In 3a) you give a general description of your project. 

In 3b) you need to give the specific equipment/services etc that you require, their cost and their supplier.  Please note that all costings in 3b) should be ex. VAT as we do not pay VAT as schools claim this money back. If this is not the case with your school, please let us know on the application. 

You don't have to describe the benefits the project will bring in question 3a) or 3b) - you do that in question 5 (although we read everything in every section so don't worry if you've put something in the wrong place - we'll take it into account).

e.g. 1 

3a) We want to run two full days of effective learning for upper KS2.   The first day will cover well-being and stress management and the second day will cover memory and learning skills and transition to secondary preparation.   This includes a presentation and workshops and teacher training after school on both days.

3b)  Include links to the /organisation's website/product page and price list or a copy of a written/e-mailed quote etc.

  • Stress and Wellbeing presentation and workshop:  £650
  • Memory and Learning Skills presentation and workshop:  £650

The extra £300 has been committed to the project from PTA funds should this bid for £1,000 be successful.


e.g. 2 

3a)  We want to buy two tennis nets and post-sets for our newly re-surfaced multi-sports area.

3b) Supplier Details:

2x Vermont Square post sets: 2 x £189.99  =   £379.98 

2x Vermont 3.5mm DT Championship Nets: 2 x £126.99 = £253.98 

Fitting Costs                         = £90.00

Total                                    = £723.96

Please select/complete one or more of the following

Individual/small group...
Key stage(s)...
Year group(s)...
Whole school...    Check for yes
Teacher(s) trained...

  • Write about how the equipment/activity/visit/training etc. will help your pupils and any others you have mentioned in question 4 (e.g. local primary children, community groups etc.).
  • Will it help understanding, motivation, access to or interest in the subject?  If so, say how.
  • You might also explain if the pupils who will benefit have any particular need for the award e.g. to push and inspire the higher abilities who are coasting or help lower ability or disengaged pupils to close the gap etc.
  • e.g. 1  Having an expert in motivation and revision/learning techniques deliver an assembly and workshops to Y6 will invigorate the cohort in the build up to SATs and teach them (and possibly staff) some invaluable learning techniques.   In particular, the session on… will…
  • e.g.2  A class set of specialist, grammar-focused textbooks could improve pupil understanding and application as it has many worked examples, common mistakes and an extensive bank of past SATs questions (and answers in the teacher's book).  The increase in attainment will be demonstrable in improved test results.  We will also save money from not having to photocopy worksheets each time.
  • Do have a look at our “Selecting the successful bids” and “Award Winners” pages to give you more guidance and examples.

We do not support SPAM and we would never sell your information to anyone. Any correspondence is strictly confidential. We will only use the above information to contact you about your application.