School meals must be ordered and paid for through the online payment system SchoolMoney.
This payment system is a benefit to both us as a school and you as a parent. Not only will you be able to pay for school dinners from the comfort of your own home but you will also be able to access your account at any time. SchoolMoney enables us to experience a more streamlined, cost-effective and efficient payment system in a secure and safe environment.
You won’t need to sign up to this system as this is done automatically through the school, and as long as you have provided us with up to date contact details, we will send you a password ready for the start of September. This password will give you access to your SchoolMoney account where you can book the school dinners required.
The cost of a school dinner is £2.30 per day for Years 3 – 6, and Years 7 – 11 are £2.35. The secondary school meal prices (for year 7 onwards), will increase from 2nd September 2021 to £2.50.
To log into SchoolMoney, visit the website www.eduspot.co.uk and click on the sign in button in the top right hand corner. In the drop down, select the SchoolMoney Parent Login option and this will send you through to a page where you need to enter your mobile number, email address, the password we have sent to you, and your child’s first name. If for any reason you are struggling to log in, it may be because you have not provided us with the correct contact details. Please email email@example.com and let us know immediately if either your mobile number or email address changes.
For all lunch requirements you will need to pre-book and pay in advance.
Please note: if your child is eligible for free school meals, universal infant free school meals (years Reception to Year 2) or packed lunches then you must book this via SchoolMoney but you will not be charged. Children currently in Year 2, who become Year 3 pupils from September, will no longer receive a universal infant free school meal.
If you have any queries regarding on-line payments, please contact the school office. The following guidance may be found useful: