ParentPay

The default spend limit has been increased to £3.50 per day due to the availability to purchase food at breakfast from 8am daily and also morning break

ParentPay is the method used by the school that allows parents to make online payments.

To register for this service, please email your child’s full name and pastoral class to: parentpay@stthomasmore.org.uk, with the subject line “ParentPay”. If you don’t receive a reply within 2 working days, please contact IT Support on 0191 4995002.

If you are unable to use Parentpay for trips, payment may be made by cash using the Paypoint network at participating local convenience stores. In order to pay by this method you will need a Paypoint barcode letter, which is unique to every pupil and trip, from the Finance Office.

If you are unable to use Parentpay for dinners, cash payment may be made using the Paypoint network at participating local convenience stores (please allow 24 hours for the money to show on the dinner card balance at school). If you wish to use this method you will need a Paypoint card, which is unique to each pupil and for dinner money only. These cards can be ordered by the Finance Office. Initial Paypoint cards will be issued free of charge, but replacements will be charged at £3 per card.

There is a minimum £1 spend on the card.

For more information and help on ParentPay, please visit their website.

PLEASE NOTE that St Thomas More Catholic School do not hold any password information for accounts.  In order to to retrieve login information, please visit www.parentpay.com and follow the instructions on the login page.

For account information spend limit queries and general parentpay queries, please email parentpay@stthomasmore.org.uk

For information about payments for trips, music tuition or any other related payments, please email payments@stthomasmore.org.uk

For queries with regard to incorrect charges relating to purchases in the canteen or 6th form Canteen or other related queries, please email bistro@stthomasmore.org.uk

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