Having Trouble Paying for Uniforms?
Apply for a Footwear and Clothing Grant
If you didn’t get a grant for your child last year, you will need to fill in an application form. Stirling Council will send you a form before the end of June if you were paid a grant in the previous school session.
Applications for a Footwear and Clothing Grant are accepted up to 31 December. A payment will be sent, direct to your bank account, of up to £50 per child if you meet the qualifying conditions.
|Will I Qualify?||Clothing Grant||Free Meals|
|Income Support or Job Seekers Allowance (Income Based), or Employment Support Allowance (Income Related) or Support under part V1 of the Immigrations and Asylum Act 1999, or Universal Credit.||YES||YES|
|Child Tax Credit, but not Working Tax Credit and your gross annual income is below £16,105 (as assessed on your Tax Credit Award letter from HM Revenues & Customs for 2015/16)||YES||YES|
|Child Tax credit and Working Tax Credit and your gross annual income is below £16,105 (as assessed on your Tax Credit Award letter from HM Revenues & Customs for 2015/16)||YES||Only if your income is below £6,420|