Since August 2000, SHINE has invested more than £25 million in projects helping more than 400,000 children from 6,000 schools. Each year we give over £2 million in grants to programmes that provide extra educational support to broaden children’s opportunities. A summary of our 2015-16 funding can be found here and to see a full list of our 2016 projects visit this page.
Central to our grant-making approach is the rigorous monitoring and evaluation of the projects that we fund. Only this way can we ensure that our grants make a sustained and positive impact on the young lives they help. We and external organisations are continually evaluating our programmes to ensure they’re making a positive impact, the results of which can be found on our research and supporting evidence page. Below is a list of our most recent project reports.
See the results of the 2016 Let Teachers SHINE projects, and how their innovative creators are using teaching to inspire more children to enjoy their learning, and use it to succeed.
This year, the London Teachers Innovation Fund, with help from the Mayor’s Fund for London, supported 11 amazing new educational programmes. Read our report to see how our funding benefited hundreds of teachers and thousands of children in London.
In the 2015-16 academic year SHINE funded 87 projects, directly supporting over 20,000 children. Read the full report on how we distributed our education support throughout the country.
Our new project SHINELabs is in its second year. Have a look at how the project has developed, the great results that have been achieved, and our future plans for the project.
See how the Serious Fun on Saturday partnership between independent schools and state schools is supporting some of the brightest children with new resources, learning opportunities, and the educational stimulation they need to achieve their full potential.
Have a look at how we’ve invested in the children that attend our SHINE on Saturday projects, and read Joseph and Kai’s story for a first-hand account of how the project has affected them.
For previous reports on our projects, you can visit the Report Archive.