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Education grants

CABE education grants promote educational projects that explore the design and use of buildings and public spaces, and encourage the development of partnerships between schools, community groups and local organisations.

Students from Ercall Wood Technology College work with a local surveyor to design a spiritual garden in their school grounds.

Students from Ercall Wood Technology College work with a local surveyor to design a spiritual garden in their school grounds.

The grants of up to £1500 are awarded through a competitive process and can be used to pay for project resources and materials, the costs of other providers such as architects or artists or other community members, travel, supply cover or other equipment specifically to aid the delivery of the project.

The deadline for applications has now passed. Follow the links below to find out more about the winning projects.

More about our education grants

Education grant winners 2010-11

At the end of 2010 nine schools were awarded CABE education grants of between £500 and £1500 to support imaginative and collaborative teaching about architecture and the built environment.

Education grant winners 2009-10

At the end of 2009, six schools were awarded CABE education grants of £1,500 to support imaginative and collaborative teaching about architecture and the built environment.

Education grant winners 2008-09

At the end of 2008, six schools were awarded CABE education grants of £1,500 to support imaginative and collaborative teaching about the design of buildings and public spaces.