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ParentPay Notice – Please Read

We have received the following information from ParentPay………………….

ParentPay advice to schools

Please be aware it is unlikely that parents will be able to login to ParentPay before lunchtime today.

Parents who have attempted to top up meal accounts this morning will not have been able to do so.

We strongly advise that you make school catering staff aware of this issue – if they haven’t already been informed.

We will update you as soon as the issue is resolved and we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this will be causing.

ParentPay Support.

Keeping Connected

Since the summer, we have embarked on an exciting journey launching new ways of keeping you connected to the school, wherever you are.

The following provides a summary of the various ways of we can now communicate with you. It’s important that you sign up and register so that you don’t miss any messages, announcements, events or reminders.

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ParentPay – Cashless Catering Now Live

In addition to paying for trips and fees, you can now use ParentPay to pay for school meals. 

There’s no need for pupils to take cash into school, you can top up your balance online which makes things a lot simpler and safer – no more losing dinner money on the way to school!

ParentPay is proving very popular as it gives you the freedom to make payments to school whenever and wherever you like. 

You can stop writing cheques or searching for cash to send to school.  It helps with your budgeting as payments are immediate, there’s no waiting for your cheques to clear.

ParentPay is safe, quick and easy to use.

Cashless Catering – Paying for School Meals

ParentPay is live, however,  you are not able to pay for lunches online at present.

This function is likely to be available in September and more information will be available once we have it. Please keep checking the website for details.

We do have 2 cashless catering machines on site. These allow you to top up your child’s account by putting money in them so your child can buy school dinners.

These machines take coins including the new £1.00 coins.