RE Trusts & Grants

Bishop Wordsworth Education Trust (BWET) 

Bishop Wordsworth Education Trust was established for the purpose of promoting Christian learning in the geographical area of the Diocese of Salisbury. The trustees believe Religious Education to be a vital part of the school curriculum and invite applications for financial support for projects which meet their priorities around RE, spirituality and school vision.

BWET trustees award grants on an annual basis.

Read the information and advice on how to apply here. Download the full application form here and the short form for resources of up to £250 here.

The application form should be completed electronically and returned to the Trust by 9th December. The Trust will consider applications in the early part of the spring term and schools informed of the application outcome by the end of February. Grants are made to enable the project to begin from the start of the following academic year.

All correspondence and applications to be made through the Clerk:

Sarum St Michael Education Charity 

Sarum St Michael Education Charity is a trust formed from the assets of an Anglican college of education that closed in Salisbury in 1979. The charity’s aim is to make grants to individuals ineligible for student loans to help them pursue their further education and to offer bursaries to intended teachers of Religious Education. The charity also helps schools pay for resources for teaching RE, and parishes pay for books and equipment for example for Sunday schools and youth clubs.

Read the charity's criteria for grants here, and the dates when grant applications are considered can be found here.

All correspondence and applications to be made through the Clerk:

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