Street Stuff Easter break activity camps

Free activities for kids over Easter break

If you’re looking for something for the kids to do during the Easter break, you can sign them up to free Street Stuff multi-sport camps right now.

Offering indoor and outdoor sports and activities, the camps will take place on weekdays between Monday 3 to Friday 14 April between 9.30am and 3pm.

The camps will be located in Ferguslie, Foxbar, Johnstone, Linwood and Renfrew on set days and are open to kids aged 5 to 14.

To find out more and to book your free place, use these links:

Spring Kids Camps 

Week one: Monday 3 to Friday 7 April

Week two: Monday 10 to Friday 14 April

Child Development Campaign

Parent Club have launched the Child Development campaign which is aimed at parents and carers of 3-5 year olds. The campaign aims to encourage parents to adopt positive behaviour change by slightly adapting what they are currently doing eg playing, talking and reading, in order to interact in ways that help develop their child’s speech, language and communication skills. Information and tips for parents are on the Parent Club website

EFPS – School meals – parent/ carer feedback

Dear Parent/ Carer

Please see below a link to offer you the opportunity to submit views about the current school meals service provided across Renfrewshire establishments. The information collected will be used to help improve school meals.

If you could kindly complete by 28 February.

Many Thanks

UNCRC Rights of the Child Booklet Launch

The UNCRC Rights of the Child Booklet is now available on the Parent Club website.  This resource provides information for parents, carers and family members about children’s rights and introduces the UNCRC.  To find out more about why the booklet was created click here.

The UNCRC is the internationally mandated children’s rights treaty, which sets out the rights that all children and young people should expect and what they need to grow up happy, healthy and safe.  The treaty outlines the central role played by parents and families and recognises that they also need protection and assistance to support the rights and wellbeing of their children.


Scottish Child Payment extends to under 16s and automatic payments for other benefits

Scottish Child Payment has extended to include all eligible children from the age of six until they turn 16. It is a payment of £100 every four weeks for each eligible child under the age of 16.

Check if you are eligible for Scottish Child Payment and apply now at or by calling 0800 182 2222.

Families are also being urged to make sure they don’t miss out on a double December Bridging Payment of £260.

The December Bridging Payments will be made before the start of the Christmas holidays for children who receive Free School Meals on the basis of low income on 30 November. Payments for children who are subsequently registered and become eligible for Free School Meals ahead of the Christmas holidays will be made as soon as possible in the new year.

You may also be eligible for other benefits, you can find out more here .

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