Other opportunities

Find out about other opportunities on offer from the masterclass team

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Grants scheme

Enrichment and enhancement grants schemes

These are exciting opportunities to have a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) enrichment and enhancement (E&E) activity at your school and help integrate E&E in school practice. 

The Ri are running two grants schemes in 2014/15, each offering grants of up to £500 for eligible state-funded schools or academies in the UK to have an eligable activity from the STEM Directories before July 2014.

- Mathematics E&E grants scheme, supported by The Clothworkers' Foundation (now closed)

- STEM E&E grants scheme, supported by The Causeway Foundation (open for applications in January 2015)

For more information and to apply, visit the STEM Directories website. Please ensure you have read the grant terms thoroughly, particularly the eligibility criteria and the guidance on what to include in your application. Priority will be given to schools meeting certain criteria; please see the grant terms for more details.

Workshops in schools

Are you interested in having a one-off workshop for your pupils? A number of our Masterclass topics can be adapted to suit different age and ability groups. If you would like to find out more about topics, availability and fees, please email masterclasses@ri.ac.uk to discuss your requirements.

Summer schools

We will be running masterclass-style Summer School sessions on a variety of mathematics, engineering and computer science topics for young people aged 7-18.

More details on dates, topics and cost will be available in late spring.

Family Masterclasses

These workshops are hands-on and interactive sessions led by top experts from academia and industry, based on the nationwide programme of Ri masterclasses. Each session will be based around a particular topic in maths or engineering.

Fantastic for families, but check the age guidelines in the event listing. Children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult. Children outside the recommended age range are welcome, but the level of the material may not be suitable for them.

Check the calendar to find the next event.

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