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Free School Meals provision due to school closure

As a result of school closures due to the Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic, a payment will be made to families of children who will no longer receive Free School Meals.

This applies to all children from primary 1 to secondary 6 who received a School Clothing Grant between June 2019 and March 2020.

The payment will be £22.50 per child per fortnight and will cover the last two weeks of term and the two-week Easter break. It will be made directly into the bank account your School Clothing Grant was made.

This arrangement will be reviewed during the Easter break based on advice from Scottish Government on likely timeframes for school closures. We will contact you again to confirm future arrangements.

Yours sincerely

Jane MacIntyre

Transactions Team Manager

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Free School Meals school closure



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Mrs Ryan Gillespie is in contact with the Maximise team who support our families in school. The team are an asset and are so good at what they do. They want to continue to help our families at this difficult time-please get in contact if you need advice.

They have sent the following message for all parents. See below.

‘The Maximise team continues to support families whilst the Maximise schools are closed and are able to offer telephone appointments for advice and employability.  If you think that you need assistance from this service please contact CHAI on the following number: 0131 442 2100

Also available – Free Advice on a range of Parenting Topics through Parentline: A Helpline, Email and WebChat Service’


Dear Parents/Carers,

In these ever changing times we are going to do our very best to keep in touch with you. Each week staff will be uploading learning ideas for you and your child on our school website. See details below.

Stay safe and we are looking forward to seeing everyone again soon.

Mrs Ryan Gillespie (HT)

· Teachers will be posting weekly homework grids on the school website so that children can work from home.

· Each class has a page on the school website where they can access their work.

· Homework grids will be posted on Monday mornings before 11am. Pupils have been given a jotter and pencil to complete their work in.

· There will also be a ‘Whole School Learning’ page where you can access spelling lists etc and teachers will be recommending learning websites and apps.