Since Edge was set up, we have worked with a range of educational institutions and not-for-profit organisations around the UK on a huge variety of projects and initiatives.
Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership (THEBP) received £24,250 from the Post Covid-19 Revival Fund to develop a “Virtual Work Experience” programme.
Building on the success of the Skills Builder Universal Framework, the Skills Builder Partnership received £50,000 from the Post Covid-19 Revival fund to develop a national training platform for teachers.
Baysgarth School received £35,000 from the Post Covid-19 Revival Fund to further develop their curriculum around the North Lincolnshire Employability Skills Framework.
Warwickshire College Group (WCG) received £46,173 from the Post Covid-19 Fund for their WCG Hub project.
Yeovil College received a grant of £100,000 in the 2018/19 Edge Grant Fund for their Health Care Futures project.
Newcastle University received a grant of £77,532 in the 2018/19 Edge Grant Fund for their Problem Based Learning Goes to University project.
The Skills Builder Partnership received a grant of £90,000 in the 2018/19 Edge Grant Fund for the further development of the Skills Builder approach to Problem Based Learning (PBL), focussing on primary school age children.
Derby College received a grant of £79,992 in the 2018/19 Edge Grant Fund for their project looking at how embedding problem based learning could support successful transitions to employment and higher level learning.
Activate Learning received a grant of £75,500 in the 2018/19 Edge Grant Fund for their development of a Project Based Learning (PBL) model which can be differentiated for academic and vocational learners.
Eden Project Learning (EPL) received a grant of £94,629 in the 2018/19 Edge Grant Fund for their Horticulture Advocates Programme (HAP).
Ormiston Academies Trust (OAT) received a grant of £96,579 in the 2018/19 Edge Grant Fund for their maritime economy curriculum project.