At St Paul’s we are a cashless school. We are pleased to offer an online payment system to pay for your child’s trips, before & after school clubs etc,.
ParentPay is a secure website that offers the opportunity to log in and see any events/activities that your child is taking part in, and pay for them directly at a time to suit you, rather than just during school hours.
In order to use the service, you will need to have activated your account with your unique activation letter.
Please contact the office, if you do not have this letter.
To log in you can use the button below or log in via your web browser.
What does ParentPay do?
Enables you to pay for trips and other items such as after school clubs
Offers a highly secure payment site
Gives you a history of all the payments you have made
Allows you to create a single account login across all your children that attend a ParentPay school
Shows you all items available for payment relevant to each of your children
Emails a receipt of your payment to the email address you register
Offers you the ability to set automated email/SMS payment reminders.
How does ParentPay help you?
Gives you the freedom to make payments to school whenever and wherever you like
Stops you having to write cheques or search for cash to send to school
Gives you peace of mind that your payment has been made safely and securely
Helps with budgeting; payments are immediate, there is no waiting for cheques to clear
You will never need miss a payment, or have insufficient credit, with automated email/SMS alerts
ParentPay is quick and easy to use.
How does ParentPay help your school?
Reduces the administrative time spent on banking procedures
Keeps accurate records of payments made to every service for every student
Payments do not bounce
Reduces paper ‘waste’
Allows for easy and quick refunds to be made back to the payment card
Improves communication between the school and parents concerning payments
Offers a more efficient payment collection process, reducing the amount of money held on school premises