- P1 Enrolment 2019-2020
- Primary School Enrolment
- Placing Requests
- Pupil Absences due to Family Holidays
- School term and holiday dates 2020 - 2021
- School term and holiday dates 2019 - 2020
- School Meals
- Free School Meals
- Emergency Closures
- Emergency Closure Activities
- School Clothing Grants
- Learning Links
- Scottish National Standardised Assessments
- A 1+2 Approach to Langauge Learning
- Parent Information Leaflets
- Reporting Jigsaw
- Useful Links for Parents
- Residential Trips
- Medicines in School
- Structuring Classes in Primary Schools
- Relationship, Sexual Health and Parenthood
- School Fund Information
- Restorative Approaches to Positive Behaviour
- PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT AND ENGAGEMENT SURVEY 2019
If your child is in P1 to P3
Free School Meals are offered to ALL pupils in P1- P3 [385Kb] without the need for parents/carers to submit an application form. However, an application form must be completed if you also require assistance with school clothing/footwear for your child in P1-P3.
P1 pupils commencing school in August and who attend school for half a day for the first two weeks of term are entitled to a free school meal before going home.
Don't forget to submit an application form for Free School Meals for your child when he/she moves into P4 as they will no longer be automatically entitled to Free School Meals.
For further information please view the free school meals flyer for parents [386Kb]
If your child is P4 or above
You can claim free school meals for your child(ren) if you are receiving:
- Income Support (IS)
- Income based Job Seeker's Allowance (IBJSA)
- Any income related element of Employment and Support Allowance
- Child Tax Credit (CTC), but not Working Tax Credit, and your income is less than £16,105.
- Child Tax Credit (CTC) and Working Tax Credit (WTC) and your income is less than £6,420
- If you are between 16 and 18 years old and receive any of these benefits in your own right, you can claim free school meals for yourself.
- Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
- Universal Credit where the monthly earned income does not exceed £610
For more information on Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit visit the Inland Revenue Website: www.hmrc.gov.uk
How do I apply for Free School Meals?
Complete a P4 - S6 application form [212Kb] or pick up an application form from any school or Pullar House reception.
Supporting evidence from Jobcentre Plus must be dated within 6 weeks of the date of your claim and Tax Credit Award Notices (TC602) must relate to the financial year.
Free School Meal claims will not be backdated and entitlement will start from the date applications are processed by Education & Children's Services.