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The Bursary Fund will continue to operate durung the present crisis and the trustees will treat deadlines flexibly and give preference to imaginative projects designed to help in dealing with the problems associated with COVID-19. For the remainder of our current financial year (up to 31 July 2021), applications will be considered on a first come first served basis. During this period, we will award bursaries between £50 and £300 (in exceptional circumstances, up to £500), up to a total value of £3000.
Joyce Hatton was a teacher who, for many years, ran a shop at meetings and conferences, including those of the Liverpool Mathematical Society. The shop sold books and other items of a mathematical nature or in some way related to mathematics. On her death, she left her remaining stock to the Society, which has continued to run the shop at the Challenge and Senior Challenge prizegiving evenings and the final MEM masterclass.
The Joyce Hatton Memorial Bursaries were created in her name and have been supported from the proceeds of the shop. Responsibility for the award of these bursaries has now been passed to the newly registered charity Liverpool Mathematical Society Bursary Fund, which has been set up as an Charitable Incorporated Organisation with initial funding provided by the Liverpool Mathematical Society. The trustees include the Secretary and Treasurer of the Liverpool Mathematical Society and at least three further appointed trustees.
The Liverpool Mathematical Society Bursary Fund welcomes applications from teachers, trainee teachers, college and university students, and school pupils to assist with activities or events with a mathematical basis. Recent successful bids have included the setup costs of school Maths Clubs, a permanent outdoor Maths Trail, mathematical playground equipment and an inter-school competition.
In keeping with the wishes of Joyce Hatton, we favour projects which focus on the enjoyment and enrichment of mathematics, and which have well-defined ongoing impact and/or lasting legacy benefits. We would not ordinarily support applications seeking funds for curriculum development or delivery (such as MyMaths subscriptions) or Conference attendance. We can support one-off events, but would expect evidence of ongoing impact.
We are happy to consider applications from across the UK and the Isle of Man. However, as a charity based in Liverpool, we will afford priority when oversubscribed to applications from Merseyside and the surrounding area.
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