ASDAN grants recipients announced

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ASDAN is a registered charity and as part of our charitable objectives we have established a fund to provide grants to our registered centres. Each year, ASDAN centres can apply for grants for educational purposes – especially where these help narrow the gaps in educational attainment and alleviate the effects of deprivation and poverty across the UK and overseas.

Congratulations to the following centres, who will receive grants for 2016:

  • Oakfield Park School, Wakefield
  • Wednesfield High School, Wolverhampton
  • Black Country Wheels, Dudley
  • Trinity School and College, Medway
  • The Phoenix Trust (Milton), Cambridgeshire
  • Stable Relationships, Telford
  • Reynalds Cross School, Solihull
  • Bright Futures, Devon
  • Frederick Holmes School, Kingston upon Hull
  • St Thomas More Catholic Academy, Stoke on Trent
  • Acklam Grange School, Middlesborough
  • Browns Plains State High School, Queensland, Australia
  • YMCA North Tyneside, North Shields
  • West Oaks School, Leeds
  • Whiteheath Education Centre, Birmingham
  • All Saints Church of England Academy, Plymouth
  • Proco Nw Ltd, Wigan
  • Mabel Prichard School, Oxford
  • King Edward VI School, Lichfield, Staffordshire
  • John Summers High School, Flintshire
  • St James's Church of England School and Sports College, Bolton
  • Iqra Academy, Peterborough
  • Daventry and District Housing, Northamptonshire
  • The Electric Palace, Walsall
  • Learning Partnership West Limited, Bristol
  • Caudwell Children, Stoke on Trent
  • Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern, Gwynedd
  • Meadows Special School, Stoke on Trent
  • Spring Common Academy, Peterborough
  • Hillcrest School, Cramlington, Northumberland

Around £35,000 has been awarded to promote innovation in these ASDAN centres. Projects include setting up a school radio station; growing and selling fresh produce; visiting partner schools in Europe; and purchasing equipment for animation workshops.

Find out more about ASDAN Grants and how to apply for 2017.