14 January 2021
As a second lockdown begins, school buildings and playgrounds across Scotland are once again closed, and families face more home learning. We all know 2020 was an incredibly difficult year for many of us, but for those living on lower incomes the extra pressure has made maintaining family life even harder. As we enter a second lockdown what can we do to ensure school at home will work for everyone? From what children and parents told us last time around, we have established a set of actions and guidelines to help us move forward.
05 January 2021
Our online training kicks off again on 19 Jan with this half-day introductory course - some places still available to book.
15 December 2020
Brand new video live on AskCPAG
Factsheet explaining the benefits and tax credits rules for kinship carers.
NEW online training, changes due to coronavirus, claiming benefits in the summer vacation, and more
This factsheet explains the universal credit rules for kinship carers.
01 December 2020
Browse and book a while range of courses now
Find out more about the local authority fund for extra help with housing costs.
26 November 2020
If you are a delegate at the SNP conference, please join our joint fringe event with Save the children and One Parent Families Scotland: Strengthening financial security to end child poverty
25 November 2020
Our submission highlights that children who already faced a higher risk of poverty have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic and will be particularly vulnerable during economic recession. Rising child poverty places high costs on society as a whole. It should therefore be of the utmost priority that families with children are able to easily access adequate financial support.