Our trustworthy, secure online payments system
An effective system proven to streamline catering and parental payment processes, enabling schools to build confidence while saving money. Fulfil your school’s cashless potential and leave behind tedious admin processes.
SchoolMoney is a modern, cost-effective solution for schools and academies to go cashless and manage parental payments intuitively. With SchoolMoney’s secure online payment portal, parents can pay for school dinners, uniform and school trips remotely using the app, the website or via their local Paypoint. SchoolMoney puts the power in your hands, allowing you to manage club bookings, check kitchen stock and set up instalment payments easily.
Take full control of your school payments and allow parents to pay either through top-up, where parents can pay a set amount each week which gets added on. Or, alternatively, allow parents to pre-book and pre-pay for their children’s meals in advance.
For trips or larger fees, set up instalments for parents to handle large school payments better.
The cashless catering till is a great way of managing dinner menu options. This can be managed through pre-booking, where parents pick a child’s options for that day. Equally, schools also have the choice of collecting the money from parents, then letting children pick their food choices that day. This will allow students to go into the cashless catering menu and pick their meal choice, which is then sent over to the catering team.
Book and track cash collection for all your school clubs in one place while streamlining management. Significantly reduce time spent on paper registers and ad-hoc club booking through pre-booking and pre-paying.
Complete school club management to support:
Cashless school dinners are a popular feature within SchoolMoney.
Gillian Harrison of Manley Village School, Cheshire
“We love SchoolMoney, it is a very intuitive system and I am extremely happy with it. It has taken a job away from the school which was very time-consuming.”
“It has reduced the time spent counting money and freed my time for other work.”