Parent Pay

During our termly Q&A the school was requested by parents to explore the possibility of purchasing an online payment system.  We have therefore worked alongside our local authority and to provide this service from January 2020.  There is an annual charge to the school to deliver this facility, therefore, with little confirmation on future school budgets we cannot guarantee that we will be able to afford this service indefinitely.  If there is a poor take up of the provision the school would need to consider its ‘value for money’ and alongside the Governing Body make a decision accordingly.  Please see the following information on the roll out of this service…


Dear Parent/Carer,

Coming soon: Online payments to school with ParentPay!

Starting in the New Year we will be introducing a more convenient way to pay for school meals using a secure service called ParentPay

ParentPay will be live at school in January; from this date we will be working towards no longer accepting cash and cheque payments, making school dinners a cash-free service.  Parents who need to continue making payments by cash may do so using the current method.

Making secure payments online using your credit or debit card

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; you will be prompted to change these, and to keep them safe and secure.  If you have more than one child at our school, or children at other ParentPay schools, you can create a single account login for all your children.

Making a payment is straightforward 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 have activated your account you can make online payments straight away.

You will receive your unique ParentPay Account activation details w/c 6th January 2020

For further information on ParentPay please see the FAQs overleaf or visit

Yours faithfully, Diolch yn fawr,

Mr O.G. Hyett


ParentPay FAQs

When can I log in to my account?

Once you have received your activation letter from school with your activation login details you will be able to activate your account and start making payments. This letter will be sent to you soon by your school.

Which cards can I use?

ParentPay accepts MasterCard, Visa and American Express credit cards, and Maestro, Switch, Delta, Electron, Solo and Visa debit cards.  Some schools may limit the use of credit cards for some transactions; you will be informed by the school directly of any such restrictions.

Is it safe to make payments on the internet?

Yes.  ParentPay uses leading technology to process your card transactions securely.  All communication with the bank is encrypted and neither ParentPay nor the school have access to your card details.

How can I check that it’s secure?

Standard website addresses begin with http: the address for a secure site will always begin with https. You will also see a padlock at the bottom/top right of the screen on our login page and after you have logged into your account; never enter your card details or personal data on any web page whose address does not start https.

What about our personal information?

ParentPay Limited, and its group companies, operate in full compliance with Data Protection Law; Including the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.

The ParentPay Terms and Conditions include a Data Processing Agreement (DPA), compliant with the GDPR, which details both parties’ obligations relating to Data Protection.

The ParentPay Privacy Notice, which is available to end users, provides further information on the processing activities undertaken by ParentPay.

ParentPay will NEVER contact you by phone, email or mail and ask you to divulge confidential information like passwords or card numbers. If you are ever contacted by someone claiming to be from ParentPay, please contact us immediately on 02476 994 820.

I do not have a home PC so how can I use ParentPay

Why not visit your local library, internet café or see if you can get access to a computer at work.

For more information please visit