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EEFective Kent Project - Promising Projects - third and final round for funding applications

Last chance to apply for 50% match-funding towards the Education Endowment Foundation’s (EEF) Promising Projects.

The new Promising Projects offer for Round 3 has been confirmed. Full details are in the updated Promising Project Prospectus (PDF, 1.7 MB). Not only has the offer changed, but there is also added information about virtual delivery options.

Round 3, which is the final application window for Promising Project funding applications, will open at 8am on Monday 19 April 2021. Due to the complexity of the current situation faced by schools, and in response to consultation with schools, Round 3 will have an extended application window and will be open until 5pm on Monday 7 June 2021.

To support decision making and ensure schools have all the information needed prior to application, there will be an online Roadshow on Thursday 22 April 2021. The Roadshow will include the following sessions:

  • 2pm to 3:30pm - Promising Projects for Secondary Schools
  • 2:15pm to 3:30pm - Maths and Science Promising Projects for Primary and Special Schools
  • 3:30pm to 4:30pm - Literacy Promising Projects for Primary and Special Schools
  • 4:15pm to 5pm - Wider Curriculum Promising Projects for Primary and Special Schools

During these sessions the Promising Project providers will be delivering presentations about their projects and attendees will be invited to ask any questions they may have. Please encourage colleagues to come to the relevant sessions. Book your place today

Meet Kent’s newly appointed Evidence Leaders in Education (ELEs)

The Durrington and Charles Dickens EEF Research Schools have appointed six new Kent-based ELEs.

At the end of last year, applications were invited for experienced practitioners to become ELEs in Kent. We are delighted to announce that following a competitive and rigorous selection process, six candidates have been appointed this system leadership role. They have an important part to play in the ongoing success of the EEFective Kent Project. Find out more about our newly appointed Kent ELEs