ParentPay offers you the freedom to make payments whenever and wherever you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - safe in the knowledge that the technology used is of the highest internet security available.
You will have a secure online account, activated using a unique username and password. Your personal activation letter will be sent out to you, in advance of your child's/children's first day. Once you have your account you can use the 'Parent Pay' button at the bottom of the page.
Making a payment is straight forward and ParentPay holds a payment history for you to view at a later date; no card details are stored in any part of the system. Once you’ve activated your account you can make online payments straight away.
PayPoint is the convenient and easy way to pay your household bills, top up your mobile phone and make other payments in cash. You can make hundreds of different types of payment at PayPoint. Just tell the retailer what payment you want to make, and hand your card or barcoded letter to the retailer with your payment and they do the rest. You get a receipt for every payment you make, and your account is credited the next working day.
PayPoint payments are recorded by ParentPay and can be seen by logging into your ParentPay account and viewing your payment history online. A list of the nearest PayPoint stores to school is attached.
Please notify the Finance Team if you wish to use the PayPoint facility. A plastic card will be issued to you to make cash payments for school meals at local PayPoint stores. The first card is free of charge; however, any lost or damaged cards will be charged at £5 each. Payment cards take about 2 weeks to arrive but we can issue a barcoded letter as an interim measure.
Trips and Activities
Trips can be paid via you ParentPay account, but trip and activity information letters will carry a unique barcode which will allow you to make cash payments at your local PayPoint store.
There is a daily 'spend limit' programmed into the system of £5, this can be increased for an individual pupil by making a written request to the school.