Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice

Schools and nurseries

Updated 25 June 2021

The Youth Family and Community Learning enhanced summer provision with support from voluntary sector partners will operate in schools each week day and in Universal Connection facilities over six days per week, both daytime and night-time. The full programme information will be available for each area through Facebook or by contacting 
Lunch clubs return across South Lanarkshire, located in the following schools and are open to families in the wider community so it is open to pupils from other schools in the area:  
Rigside Primary School, Robert Owen Memorial Primary School, St Athanasius' Primary School, Craigbank Primary School, St Paul's Primary School (Hamilton), Neilsland Primary School, Glenlee Primary School, St Joseph's Primary School, Burgh Primary School, Loch Primary School, Cairns Primary School, Crosshouse Primary School, Halfmerke Primary School, Heathery Knowe Primary School. 
The clubs are a targeted provision for primary aged children who will be able to enjoy a wide range of exciting, fun activities through themes such as sun and sea, carnival and circus and more. Activities will include silent discos, inflatables, arts and crafts, outdoor activities, imaginative play, t-shirt design and more. 
All the clubs will run from 28 June until the 6 August between 10am and 2pm each day, free of charge, with lunch provided.  
For more information and to register interest for the clubs, please contact - please note that numbers are limited due to Covid-19 restrictions. 
Located in Blantyre, KEAR Campus School provides an ideal space for its holiday programme this year for ages 5+. Wide range of free activities including Soccer Camps, Outdoor Pursuits, Family Days, Inflatables, Arts Day, BBQs, Cooking in KEAR – specific days tailored to specific age groups and differing needs. For more information please either phone Jennifer on 07585404727 or keep up to date on Facebook or Instagram.

Resources for parents/carers

We have added the following resources for families and children:

Psychological Services COVID-19 helpline
Advice and support for school staff, professional, parents, carers and young people. Available Monday - Friday, 10am-3pm. (Leave a message)

Phone: 01698 455800