Funding Priorities

As well as the more general list of aims, the Foundation intends to provide funding for the following:

Arts & Languages Week
Those who successfully complete the Future Training programme will be awarded Qualified Teacher Status QTS) and a PGCE accredited by the Institute of Education at UCL. Please note that recruitment systems differ this year and that there are national caps on places, please apply early as we may have a vacancy but the National College may put a stop to recruiting in certain areas earlier than the end of the recruitment cycle.

Musical Equipment

Music tuition, participation and enjoyment are essential aspects of the learners’ experience at TBAP Academies. There is currently a shortage of good quality equipment for the learners to use and the Foundation would like to provide a selection of new equipment for each Academy.
£2,500 per Academy £12,500

Speech & Language Therapist

Many of the TBAP Academy learners come from complicated and challenging backgrounds. The support of a Speech and Language Therapist can make an enormous difference to the learner’s social, emotional and academic development. Neither of these essential positions are provided by the Trust’s core funding and the Foundation aims to raise the funds for a three year placement for each position.
£45,000 per annum for three years = £135,000.