The All Saints Educational Trust is a charitable trust that makes awards annually to students and organisations. It is a member of the Association of Church College Trusts.
The Trust awards grants to the following individuals:
first degree or diploma students of religious education or home economics, including food and nutrition education, and public health promotion;
students on a programme of study carrying or leading to UK Qualified Teacher Status, such as PGC(D)E;
students of relevant disciplines studying at Middlesex University;
students on foundation courses that move applicants towards teaching in schools;
students on a programme of study carrying a diploma in home economics or a related area who want a career in the public sector (other than the NHS);
serving teachers who want to gain further qualifications relevant to advancement within the education profession;
students pursuing second or higher degrees who are planning a career in training teachers.
All applicants must be over the age of 18. There is no upper age limit, although you should be able to demonstrate that you will make a contribution to society upon completion of your course. Applicants can be from the UK or overseas. Although this is a Church of England charity, other faiths and people of no faith can apply.
Grants usually range from £300 to £10,000.
Before you apply you should complete the online enquiry form to find out whether you are eligible to apply for funding. If you are eligible you will be sent an application pack. For up-to-date application deadlines, visit the Trust's website. You will need to obtain three references to support your application.