Funding

Our work has been supported by  grants and donations from the Research Councils, the European Commission, Google and other Industry, and Government as well as  a variety of other sources. These grants and donations total over £4 million.

Major Grants and Donations

2013-2016: TEMI (Teaching Enquiry with Mysteries Incorporated)  European Commission – Science in Society – Coordination and Support action programme  3,558,127 EUR

2013-2015: Confidently Teaching Secondary Computing,  London Schools Excellence Fund, GLA, LSEFR1094  £450,000

2008-2014: Google Computer Science for High Schools, CS4HS Programme  £129,461

  • 2014 Support for cs4fn and TLC  £8,881
  • 2013  Russian Resource Translation £1,049
  • 2013 Support for cs4fn  £7,608
  • 2012 Support for cs4fn £9,392
  • 2012 French, German Resource Translation  £2,098
  • 2011  Support for cs4fn  £18,961
  • 2010  Support for cs4fn  £21,914
  • 2009  Support for cs4fn  £21,575
  • 2008  Support for cs4fn £37,983

2008-2013: Securing the future: expanding the cs4fn project EPSRC (EP/F032641/1) PPE Award    £661,645 

2005-2008: Sodatrack : Sodarace live, EPSRC (EP/C528921/1) PPE Award £100,612

 2002-2003: SodaRace: Online Olympics uniting the public and researchers in a race exploring physics, engineering and AI. EPSRC GR/R78909/01 PPE Award £31,018

Other Grants and Donations

2013 cs4fn Teacher CPD University of Teeside         £500

2010  Higher Education Fellowship awarded to Paul Curzon  £10,000

2010-2012            Genoa Science Festival                  £12,206

  • 2012                                                            £2553
  • 2011                                                            £4194
  • 2010                                                              £5459

2009: Support for Royal Society Summer Exhibition ,    EPSRC   £5,000

2008 Artificial Intelligence!…but where’s the Intelligence? The Royal Society, Partnership Grant, Chingford CofE Primary        £1,834

2007-2008: cs4fn Annual EPSRC         £5,250

2007: Can’t remember how to use that gadget? Let’s fix it! RCUK National Science Week Award        £2,000

2006-2007: This gadget is unusable! Call in the kids! The Royal Society, Partnership Grant, Manorside Primary            £709

2006-2007: Support for cs4fn, Microsoft        £3,500

2006-2010: Support for cs4fn, ARM        £2,000

2006-2007: Support for cs4fn, Intel         £3,000