This toolkit is designed to get everyone talking about The Cost of the School Day. Ideally all members of your school community - teaching staff, parents, children and young people – should have input into making Cost of the School Day changes. The toolkit will guide everyone through the process of making those changes, from discussing the issues around school costs, to finding approaches and projects which suit your school.
Every school is unique, so this toolkit helps you to develop a unique plan, to make a difference to children and young people in your area.
You can download the full Cost of the School Day toolkit here or browse the different sections below and pick the resources which are most relevant to you.
Any questions? Contact [email protected].
The Cost of the School Day Toolkit
Resources for all
Visual and story based resources to prompt reflection and discussion with your school community
Resources for school staff
Reflection on and auditing of costs, supporting families to get financial help, action planning and professional context
Resources for parents and carers
Finding out parent/carer views and helping Parent Councils address the Cost of the School Day
Resources for children and young people
Finding out children and young people's views and addressing poverty in the classroom
Other useful resources
Keep in touch
If you would like to discuss using the toolkit or give us any feedback about it, contact our Cost of the School Day team at [email protected].
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The Cost of the School Day toolkit was commissioned by NHS Health Scotland. The development of earlier versions of the Parent Council toolkit, Cost of the School Day Flashcards and Supporting Families Affected by Poverty resource was supported by Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership, Glasgow City Council, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow Centre for Population Health and Glasgow Parent Council Forum. National perspectives on the Parent Council toolkit were developed by the National Parent Forum of Scotland.