The benefits you may be eligible for depend on your household income and situation. Even if you have checked your entitlements to benefits before, it is worth checking again, especially if you have recently experienced a change in your circumstances. Thanks locket - 31-Oct-14 @ 8:34 AM @Amma. Ask directly at the school, they often have access to funds for trips for those who cannot afford them. Note that they are sometimes means tested, so you will be asked for details of your financial situation. If you are on a low income, whether you are working or not, you might be eligible to claim Child Tax Credit which helps with the costs of bringing up a child.
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Across the whole of the UK, if your child is disabled and you receive income-based Jobseekers Allowance, income-related Employment and Support Allowance or Income Support, you may be able to get an interest-free loan called a Budgeting Loan to help with the cost of school clothing. In Wales, one-off grants are provided to all pupils when they go to secondary school, as long as they qualify for free school meals. You need to contact your local council to find out how to apply for this help. GrantsExpert - 31-Oct-14 @ 11:16 AM, i am a single parent, i do work but my daughter is going on a trip to New York costing 1200. Is there any help availiable to help me pay for this. I feel so responsible as I think its my job to protect and support my child. Unfortunately I am failing at the moment which is really hard for them T - 27-Mar-13 @ 8:33 PM Hi GK I too have twins, age 13, and I have the same issues.