The 3 weekly packed lunch menu cycle is available to refer to. For those not in receipt of free school meals and who wish to buy a packed lunch, the cost is £1.50 each, which we would ask to be paid via Parent Pay where possible.
Information is available on the requirement for face coverings in schools.
National Clinical Director Jason Leitch has written an open letter to parents and carers with advice on common cold and Covid-19 symptoms.
For information on outdoor learning in schools please follow the link.
For questions and answers about school transport arrangements please follow the link.
School bus timetables are also available to view or download.
Planning and preparation to ensure the safe return of children and young people to Clackmannanshire schools and Early Years Centres is well underway.
The Council’s Education Service is working on a Phasing Plan which will see some pupils return to schools on 12 August. However this will be a phased return and not all pupils will return on the same day.
You can read more about the council's Phasing Plan by following the link to our press release.
As a result of COVID-19 and Scottish Government Guidance, the school term dates for the rest of 2020/21 are under review and an update will be posted shortly.
Applications for the EMA opened in June. For information on eligibility and online application form, please follow this link to our EMA page.
The Council has been developing a unique virtual learning platform – FLIPClacks provides learning opportunities for children, young people and families, including school specific areas. The online learning space will include live classroom activities as well as lots of creative resources for you and your children.
There are a range of supports available for families, children and young people. The “Parent Hub” on FLIPClacks provides information on services and resources and has links to local organisations that are providing help and guidance.
"Stay Connected with Clackmannanshire Education Service" is currently being developed and updates will be posted at FLIPClacks and on this website.
The Council has in place broader community support arrangements to help families in difficulty as a result of COVID-19. This includes welfare, finance and food as a result of COVID-19.