PaySchool is a simple online payment gateway exclusively for schools. It allows schools to list all of their products and for parents to pay for these products with a credit or debit card. Food orders, music lessons, after-school care and excursions are just a few of the school products that can be paid for with PaySchool. PaySchool is child’s play to operate and free for parents to setup. Simply create an account today and you're ready to go.
HOW PAYSCHOOL WORKS
Sign-up using the form above. Add your children and you're good to go. With Payschool you don’t have to credit your account in advance. You can simply pay-as-you-go with your VISA or MasterCard. Every school product you could possibly imagine is managed within your school’s four product categories (food, activities, fundraising & school shop). Order and pay for your child's lunch for the tuckshop, buy uniforms, secure tickets to events, make donations and pay fees are just a few of the possibilities.
Payschool and facebook. We want Payschool's facebook page to be full of useful tips for parents, from cybersecurity and how-to guides, to latest news and opinions.
New features in next release. The release of Payschool 2.0 is just month's away. New features will provide even more flexibility for schools, and improved performance for parents.
Payschool now offering online consent. Payschool now offers parents the ability to provide online consent for school activities and excursions.
I'm trying to make an order for tuck shop and it just won't work. Trying to select the date it doesn't let me to do so (Saturday 11 am). Can't continue with my ...
Thank you again to the PaySchool support team, very helpful the other night and apologies for my lack of computer skills.
Just wanted to say thank you to Payschool support. After I missed the cutoff for lunch last week you went above and beyond to help me, even to call me directly ...
Hi Madeleine and Betty, I know we spoke about this on the weekend, but I just wanted to say sorry again for the problem you experienced. It wasn't an issue with...