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What are the benefits to parents?

  • It’s an easy way to make and manage their school payments online
  •  no longer need to carry cash into school, making it a safer place for everyone
  • Parents are notified when their balance needs topping up; it reduces debt and there are fewer payment errors and omissions
  • Parents can still pay in cash via PayPoint if it’s more convenient for them to do so.

A truly cashless school meal solution removes the stigma around children receiving free school meals.

How do I use ParentPay?

We will issue you with a unique username and password. Just go to and login with these details. Go to ‘Profile’ and change your password and username to something memorable. Also, register your email address here so we can send receipts of payments and the school can notify you easily when payments need to be made. That’s it. Now you can start making hassle-free, secure payments to your child’s school whenever you like.

What cards can I use?

ParentPay accepts MasterCard and Visa credit cards and Maestro, Switch, Delta, Electron, Solo and Visa debit cards.

If you have any questions regarding your account please contact a member of the office team assistance.

Any parent unable to make online payments for school meals should ask at the school office for a Paypoint Card. PayPoint card allows parents to make cash payments for school meals at local PayPoint stores. Paypoint cards are specific to a named child and are only for paying for school meals. You will therefore need a separate PayPoint card for each of your children. The first PayPoint card is supplied free of charge, however, there will be a charge for any lost or damaged cards.

PayPoint payments are recorded on the ParentPay website and can be seen by logging on your ParentPay account. Parents should be aware that PayPoint transactions can take a number of days to appear on your account and they should ensure that their account is always in credit.

We use Parentpay for payment of school dinners, trips, uniform and Early Bird/ Night Owls.