The St Christopher's Educational Trust
- Level of study
- Any Postgraduate, Any Undergraduate
- Subject area
- Theology and Religion, Teacher Training
- Type of Award
- Deadline for applying
- Closed 01/10/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)
The St Christopher's Educational Trust aims to promote religious education in accordance with the principles of the Church of England.
The Trust, which incorporates the Hughes & Stevens Bequest, was set up to continue the work of St Christopher's College in Blackheath.
Value of Award
Up to £2000.
Applications from any part of the United Kingdom can be considered; applications from elsewhere will be considered only if they relate to a course of study within the UK and are supported by a reference from an appropriate link diocese in the UK.
In assessing grant applications the trustees will look for evidence that the proposal will contribute to Christian education or formation, that it is innovative or developmental, that the proposed outcomes are clear and will have a wide impact and that it relates in some way to the work of the Church of England or some other Anglican context.
Trustees would welcome applications which promote collaboration between churches, schools and households in contributing to Christian formation.
How to Apply
Application forms for individual grants are available from the St Christopher's Educational Trust website.
Forms can also be obtained directly from the Clerk to the Trustees.
The Trustees meet to consider grants in May and November and applications should be submitted by April 1st or October 1st respectively.
January 2022: The Trustees are currently undertaking a complete review of their policy & criteria. Applications are therefore suspended until further notice.
The Clerk to the Trustees