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The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Thursday 19 September 2019.
Please use plain English.

Please refer to the Open Call Research Grants Guidance for Applicants before you fill in the form - available here

DETAILS OF LEAD APPLICANT AND (IF APPLICABLE) CO-APPLICANTS

This section asks for the name and details of the Lead Applicant and any Co-applicants who would be co-Principal Investigators and / or significant partners in the proposed project. Please note that all correspondence will be sent to the Lead Applicant. If your application is successful, the Deed of Grant and all project funding will be issued to the Lead Applicant’s institution. NB: Details of additional team members can be added in a later section (e.g. research assistants).
















The Equality and Human Rights Commission recommend collecting data to monitor the fairness of selection decisions.  There is no obligation to provide this information but the Froebel Trust would be grateful if every member of the research team would complete this form to assist with this process.  The information provided will be regarded as strictly confidential and will be held on a secure database; it will not be shown to anybody involved in making a decision on the application.  The Froebel Trust will anonymise this data when using it for statistical and research purposes.





















The Equality and Human Rights Commission recommend collecting data to monitor the fairness of selection decisions.  There is no obligation to provide this information but the Froebel Trust would be grateful if every member of the research team would complete this form to assist with this process.  The information provided will be regarded as strictly confidential and will be held on a secure database; it will not be shown to anybody involved in making a decision on the application.  The Froebel Trust will anonymise this data when using it for statistical and research purposes.

































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1. This statement is a “fair processing notice” under the Data Protection Act 1998 (the “Act”) and sets out what the Froebel Trust will do with the information that it collects from you during the grant/award application process and throughout the life of the grant/award (including all information relating to the grant/award application and, as applicable, any subsequent grant/award made).
2. Information (including “personal data” as defined under the Act) that you supply to the Froebel Trust, including in any application and progress or update report, may be used by the Froebel Trust to process applications and administer grants/awards, for the purposes of audit and evaluation and to monitor the fairness of and trends in application decisions.  Your information may be disclosed for these purposes only to individuals and organisations connected with the Froebel Trust, including funding partners, external peer reviewers and external committee members.  Your information may also be shared with selected third parties for the purpose of independent audit, evaluation and assessment of activities funded by the grant/award and their outputs and outcomes.  Some of these third parties may be based outside the European Economic Area.  All personal data will be stored and used by or on behalf of the Froebel Trust in accordance with the Act.
3. The Froebel Trust may anonymise your personal data and use it for research and statistical purposes.
4. The Froebel Trust may publish details of successful grants/awards and their outputs, including your name, employing organisation, project title, a summary of the grant/award and its value and, in the case of grants/awards funding research, scientific/academic abstracts and lay summaries of research (e.g. via the internet or via publicly accessible databases or other publications, some of which may be accessible from outside the EEA).
5. The Froebel Trust may contact you about its activities and events, or to help inform or evaluate these activities and events, Froebel Trust application processes and policy work.
6. The Froebel Trust may amend this Statement from time to time.  Any material changes in how the Froebel Trust collects, uses or shares your personal data will be posted on the Froebel Trust website at: www.froebel.org.uk.

Consent for specific processing
Our Privacy Notice explains the ways in which we intend to process your personal data. We do not need your consent when we process your personal data for the purpose of fulfilling our contractual obligations to you, complying with our own legal obligations, or for our own legitimate interests. 
However, some of our processing activities do need your consent. We require your consent in order that your personal data can be transferred outside the EEA for the purpose of the audit, evaluation and assessment of the activities funded by the grant, both during the application process, and during the administration of the grant. Please note that this personal data will not be subject to the same protections as it would be in the EEA. You will not be able to enforce your rights against the people we are sharing your personal data with. You do not have to give consent however please note that if you do not give your consent we may be unable to assess your grant application and/or administer your grant. You can withdraw your consent at any time by emailing sacha@froebeltrust.org.uk or writing to The Froebel Trust, Clarence Lodge, Clarence Lane, London, SW15 5JW. 



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I confirm that I shall be actively engaged in and have day to day control of the project.
PLEASE NOTE!
IN ORDER TO COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION: Upon clicking 'Proceed To Signature' below you will be taken to a page where you can review the information you are submitting, and you will also be asked to electronically sign your name either by using your mouse to 'sign' on the line, or by selecting the 'type your name to sign' option box. You must also provide a valid email address. Once you are happy with the information provided and have filled out your ESignature, you can then click the 'Submit Signed Response' button. 

Once this is done you will receive an email with a verification link to confirm your signature. Hence the need for a valid email address. This is very important - since if you do not confirm your signature we will not be able to process your application.  

You will also receive a link to be sent to your Head of Department (or authorised signatory) for them to counter-sign your application with an ESignature. Please forward the link to them as soon as you are sent it, since we would need them to counter-sign your application within 7 days, to ensure your application can proceed to the next stage.