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Trust seeking education and community learning consultants

Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust is seeking an individual or organisation to work in partnership with, developing Resources for Schools and Community Learning.

As part of the Heritage Project programme, the suite of resources must link the National Curriculum at various Key Stage levels to that of Hull KR’s History and Heritage. The successful bid will also provide a range of courses and workshops focused on community and lifelong learning.

Resources must come in a range of formats. Delivery must also be fun, interactive and innovative.

To bid for this partnership, organisations or individuals will need to submit their initial plans to the Trust’s Heritage Programme Coordinator Craig Spivey on All plans must follow the included brief and outline clearly their objectives.

The full brief is available to download by clicking here.

The deadline for initial applications is Friday 18th August. Successful applications will then be further considered during interviews scheduled on Thursday 24th August.

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