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2022/2023 BCF Curriculum Investigation Grant Awarded to 3 Schools and Colleges

BERA and the BCF are pleased to announce that the 2022/2023 BCF Curriculum Investigation Grant has been awarded to 3 UK schools and colleges.

The BCF Curriculum Investigation Grant is intended to support research led by schools and colleges with a focus on curriculum inquiry and investigation. The theme for this years applications was “Developing a curriculum for climate and sustainability education.”

One grant of £5,000 has been made along with two further grants of £3500 each.

Winner £5000 Grant

Project Lead:Diane Swift

Seabridge Primary School

Proposal:Towards Curriculum Design Coherence (CDC) in primary geography education for sustainability

£3500 Grant

Project Lead:Mahruf Shohel

The Bedford College Group

Proposal:Students as the Co-creators of the Sustainability Curriculum: Developing an Introductory Course on Climate Change, Social Justice and Sustainability

£3500 Grant

Project Lead: Jim Dees

West Lodge Primary

Proposal: Nature connectedness through the Arts: Co creating a curriculum to support pupil wellbeing in primary schools.


You can read more about the grant, along with the reports from the last grants awarded below.