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Welcome to our Parent Zone, we hope that you will find all the details you need to assist you whilst your child is a pupil at Clydebank High School.

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EMA
Who can get an EMA? (eligibility)

EMAs are available to eligible people aged 16 to 19 who have reached school leaving age.

To be eligible, you have to meet the following criteria:
Residency
You need to have what's known as 'ordinary residence' to be eligible for EMA.

Ordinary residence means you live in one place, but there is a complicated set of rules that decide whether you're ordinarily resident in Scotland, with different arrangements in place for different immigration statuses.

Contact your local authority or bursary office for more information on whether you're eligible.


Household income
Your household income will also determine if you're eligible for EMA. Household income is the income of your parent(s) or carer(s) who live with you.

To qualify, households with one dependent child must be earning £24,421 per year or less, and households with more than one dependent child must be earning £26,884 or less, before tax.

More information can be found here.

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Study Skills
Studying is not as hard as you think. Sure, it takes time and effort, but if you follow a few proven study techniques, you can decrease the amount of time you spend at the books and increase the amount you learn. In fact, we are convinced that study skills play as important a role in college success as intelligence.

We offer pupils an extensive and impressive range of ‘out of hour’s activities’ here at CHS, which forms our Study Support programme. By taking part in these activities, pupils can actually improve their grades. It has been proven that pupils who regularly attend ‘out of hours’ activities at lunchtime and after school do better in terms of their final grades compared to pupils of equal ability whom do not attend.


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