BCF Curriculum Investigation Grant
The BCF Curriculum Investigation Grant is intended to support research led by schools and colleges with a focus on curriculum inquiry and investigation. The grant, awarded biennially, is worth £5,000.
The British Curriculum Forum aims to bring together all those with an interest in collaborative curriculum, research and development. Through events, awards and grants, the BCF supports communication and collaboration in the study and practical implementation of the curriculum in schools, colleges and wider educational settings. Connecting schools, colleges, universities and others, our work promotes the study of theoretical, innovative and practical aspects of the curriculum, drawing on a rich history, spanning more than 40 years, and continuing the tradition of research and development founded by Laurence Stenhouse.
The 2018/2019 Curriculum Investigation Grant is currently closed.
Local language, school and community: curricular innovation towards closing the attainment gap.
Banff Academy, Aberdeenshire
Exploring task design as an enabler of leading teaching in secondary schools: practical curriculum development through the use of theory
Icknield Community School, Oxfordshire
What is ‘Variation’ in Early Years Mathematics?
Great Torrington Bluecoat C of E Primary School, Devon
Diversity and Resolving the Digital Skills Crisis
Project Leads: Vladlena Benson and Stylianos Hatzipanagos, University of West London