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Eleven London Schools Win Funding for Projects from Durrant`s Den


Above: Durrant`s Den

Durrant`s Den is the LGfL version of the Dragons Den (BBC TV Programme) – All LGfL Schools were encouraged to bid for money from a total of £10,000, contributed by Havering LA, Synetrix, Atomwide, Fronter and LGfL. Schools needed to complete the bid form and short listed schools stood up in front of Dragons to pitch their sale for some of the money on July 10th via Video Conference.

Following the exciting pan-London ‘Den’ video event, LGfL is delighted to announce that eleven schools have impressed the ‘Dragons’ and will receive financial backing for the projects for which they were bidding. Groups of children ranging from Y1 to Y12 pitched to the Dragons (CEOs of LGfL’s supplier partners Atomwide, Fronter and Synetrix joined by Havering’s ICT Inspector) who were unanimous in their praise for the quality of presentation, interaction and creativity of the bids. The Dragons have provided over £10,000 in support of this programme

Brian Durrant CEO, LGFL said: “I am delighted that the London Grid for Learning, the consortium made up of all London’s LAs, was able to host another creative curriculum event. ‘Durrant’s Den’ fosters the entrepreneurial initiative of pupils, and brings them right into the ‘Den’, through video-conferencing over the ‘Grid’, without needing to leave school.”
   
St Johns Catholic School, Southwark DSi Lunch time
Crown Woods School, Greenwih Enterprise Competition
Kidbrooke School, Greenwich Smoove
Harold Court Primary, Havering Learn beside the seaside
Scargill Juniors, Havering Maths Enrichment
The Hyde, Barnet New School Build
Mayfield School Redbridge, China Visit (AfL)
Riverley Primary Waltham Forest, Riverley Recipes
Our Lady of Lourdes, Barnet Enterprise Project
Livingstone School, Barnet Big Books
St Josephs’ and Burlington Junior School, RBK Lego NXT Training

Eleven London Schools Win Funding for Projects from Durrant`s Den

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