Cost of the School Day

We are committed to ensuring that every child at Airyhall Primary School has equal access to all opportunities available to them, regardless of financial position.

More than 1 in 5 children across Scotland are officially recognised as living in poverty. In addition, 7 out of 10 children living in relative poverty are in working households.  As a school we have explored what we can do to reduce the cost of the school day to ensure that all our children have access to resources and activities which cost money. 

It is important that every family is aware of the support that our school can provide and therefore this section of the website provides details of some of the support available.  Further links are available to parents via the 'Our Families' section of this website. 

In addition, our school receives Pupil Equity Funding (PEF) to help close the poverty-related attainment gap. Our PEF allocation is based on the number of pupils claiming free meals and clothing grants, £1200 per pupil – we encourage you to claim the benefits available to you as this will ensure the school receives the correct amount of PEF and enable us to provide additional support to benefit individual pupils.

School Equipment 

School Clothing 

School Trips/Activities 

P7 Residential Trip