FUNDING OF PROJECTS
In Autumn 2018 the APEEE Board approved new financial procedures for giving grants for projects.
In practice, this means that the APEEE will make a (semi-)annual call for projects from members of the school community based on a clearly articulated set of criteria. Projects will be decided on by the Board, generally based on a recommendation from the award's panel. There are also special urgent and simplified procedures.
It is hoped that these procedures will make APEEE spending more transparent and will encourage more people from across the school community to apply.
Spring Call for Project Proposals launched! Apply until 22 May 2020.
The Parents’ Association (APEEE) has earmarked 10000 EUR to (co-)finance school-related projects starting as early as September 2020 and as late as May 2021, with a maximum of 2000 EUR per project. Funding duration is one year after the start of the project.
Are you a parent, teacher or student and would like to initiate a school-related project which serves one or more of the below-listed objectives? Please consider applying for funding/co-funding from the EEB1 Parent's Association! Fill in the online Application Form by Friday, 22 May 2020!
Criteria for awarding APEEE funding (the proposed project should address at least one of the below):
- Create friendly indoor and outdoor spaces for pupils on the EEB1 sites.
- Promote and support student clubs, school teams and grassroots campaigns, including but not exclusively those aimed at children’s rights, youth empowerment and civic action.
- Support healthy mind and body awareness, including mindfulness and stress management; promote early intervention and peer support; explore issues of self-awareness, self-doubt and self-harm; address substance abuse and other addictive behaviors; educate about the benefits of nutrition and exercise.
- Foster the use of digital technologies in the classroom and other eLearning initiatives, favouring innovate applications of or approaches to eLearning. Actively seeking projects aimed at students and teachers.
- Address social media and gaming addictions; understand and prevent cyber bullying; promote safe surfing and online identity awareness; and explore other issues related to ubiquitous online behaviors.
- Complement or enhance existing pedagogic programmes or programmes pre-approved by the school management, including but not exclusive to initiatives promoting the FabLab/Fabrication Laboratory (robotics, engineering, computer aided design/graphics) as well as coding, computing and networked systems.
- Promote solidarity projects, including those linked to the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic and/or focusing on inter-generational dimensions or global inter-connectedness.
- Foster tolerance, diversity and inclusion; explore gender and sexual identity issues; educate on the effects of migration; confront discrimination on the basis of age, race and ethnicity, national origin, gender or sexual orientation. Actively seeking projects aimed at students and teachers.
- Explore topics related to affectivity and sexuality; confront the effects of sexually-explicit online content.
- Promote sustainability and “green” or ecological initiatives; support environmental advocacy or environmental education.
- Nurture art, music, culture and other forms of free expression in our school.
- Contribute to the EEB1 school ethos and promote relations between sections; build bridges between the Uccle and Berkendael communities.
|APEEE funding - click here to access online Application Form|
Call for Project Proposals - Spring 2020 (full-text version)
APEEE Financial Procedure to award funding on school-related projects - June 2019 (applies to awards given from September 2019)
APEEE Financial procedure to award funding on school-related projects - April 2019 (applies to awards given from April to July 2019)
APEEE Award-funding - Annex 2 - Annual funding award calendar
APEEE Award-funding - Annex 3 - Criteria for awarding funding
In case of questions, please contact the APEEE Secretariat: email@example.com.