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Frequently Asked Questions

St Clement's FAQ


School opening and closing times




School Dinners

School meals cost £2.15 per day.  Free school meals are available to pupils in P1-P5.  Children make a choice of RED, BLUE or ORANGE  in class in the morning.  Menus are updated regularly by Tayside Contracts. See the current menu here

Support for those in receipt of free school meals will continue during the school holidays. A sum of £72 per child will be paid into bank accounts from Thursday 30 June 2022.

These payments do not apply to children who only receive free school meals due to only being in primary 1 to 5. For children in P1 to P3 you need to have been paid a Clothing Grant during 2021/22, and for P4 and above you need to also be in receipt of Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance - Income Based, Income Related Employment and Support Allowance, Universal Credit where take home pay is less than £625 per month, Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, Child Tax Credit ONLY with an income of less than £16,105, or BOTH Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit with an income less than £7,500 (as assessed by HMRC).

 Applications forms are online at



St Clement's School Uniform


Navy school sweatshirt (v-neck) or navy jumper or navy cardigan (v-neck).

White polo shirt or white shirt with school tie.

Charcoal grey trousers/ skirt/ pinafore / Blue check summer dress.

Black school shoes (no trainers).


On gym days

School Hoody

Polo Shirt or plain t-shirt

Navy shorts / Leggings / Joggers

Indoor training shoes (clean) or gym shoes

We ask our parents to support us by providing their children with the appropriate school uniform. Experience has shown that wearing uniform encourages children to take pride in their appearance and their school and this in turn helps their attitude to school life in general.

All items of clothing schould be clearly labelled. This assists greatly in recovering lost property.