A charity that supports low-income families has called for more financial help for parents and carers in Scotland struggling to pay for school uniforms.
Scotland’s schools have been given the go-ahead to reopen from 11 August.
Eligible pupils currently receive a minimum £100 school clothing grant, with some primary school starters eligible for a further £250.
Child Poverty Action Group said some parents faced “extraordinary financial pressure.”
John Dickie, Child Poverty Action Group director in Scotland,…
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