Please see below for a detailed list of grants made since April 2012 for sums over £4,000. We do make smaller grants but these are not listed separately.
Bloomfield Learning Centre
Towards the provision of additional places to enable disadvantaged young children with dyslexia to access specialist reading support for a year.
Chess in Schools and Communities
Towards the expansion of the Urban Chess programme enabling schools in Tower Hamlets and Sandwell to benefit from lunchtime and after-school chess clubs.
Towards the provision of after-school debating clubs to benefit disadvantaged children in inner-city schools in London.
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain
Towards the development of a Leadership Traning Programme, enabling young musicians to lead a range of musical projects.
Towards the Interact schools programme.
African Future Development
Towards a supplementary education and mentoring programme.
Central School of Ballet
Towards their satellite school which offers free weekly after-school dance classes to primary school children in Southwark.
Towards 'Continuing City', a city-based arts education project for disadvantaged primary school children from inner London boroughs.
Eastside Young Leaders' Academy
Towards 'Maths for Life!', a financial literacy programme run in partnership with the charity, Mybnk.
Open Futures Trust
Towards a project to reintegrate children who are excluded or at risk of exclusion from primary school, working in partnership with Newham Regeneration into Education Team.
Reach Out Youth
Towards the ReachOut! Summer Programme 2012 which teaches maths and English, along with sports and other activities, to young people.
Towards the development and dissemination of best practice in science and maths subject leadership.
Centre of the Cell
Towards 'Bright futures', a 3-year science education programme to inspire young people to fulfil their potential and to encourage them to pursue careers in science and healthcare.
A three-year grant towards early pilot and scale up projects, addressing numeracy issues nationwide.
Shakespeare Schools Festival
Towards the London primary school element of the Shakespeare Schools Festival.
Towards the London Residential element of SkillForce's educational programme which helps young people to develop life skills, independence and self-confidence.
Springboard for Children
Towards the provision of one-to-one literacy tuition for disadvantaged children at Robert Blair Primary School.
Volunteering Reading Help
Towards the provision of volunteer reading helpers in primary schools in Sandwell, Walsall and Telford.
Watford Football Club Community Sports and Education Trust
Towards a new programme in Harrow which uses football as a hook to engage young people to gain a GCSE equivalent.
Towards XLP's programme to engage challenging and disadvantaged young people.