From September we will be using +Pay on ParentMail – an online payment service which allows you to pay for school items quickly and easily on your smartphone, tablet or computer. We will inform you about items you need to pay through ParentMail, and you will be able to pay electronically, using credit or debit cards. If you have an Android or Apple smartphone, we would highly recommend you download the free ParentMail App so that you can make easy, online payments on the go. To do this, simply search for “ParentMail” in your App store. We are hoping to go completely cashless over the next few weeks so appreciate your support in making payments electronically. However, if you do not wish to make payments online, you can continue to make cash, cheque and voucher payments. For those parents who already pay by direct debit into our bank account, you may continue to do so, however paying by +Pay on ParentMail would be the preferred method. Please note, your bank statement will display either the school name or ParentMail, dependent on your payment method. If you need any additional information or assistance, please use the help site: www.parentmail.co.uk/help/parenthelp/ or please contact the school office. Additional information is also on our school website: MENU…Parents… Parent Pay….
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