Parents may use ParentPay to make payments to the school – for trips, music lessons, prom etc  – by debit or credit card. Paying by this method avoids the need for students to carry cash, prevents loss and saves them having to remember to hand it in! It also allows parents to make the payment at their convenience and keep a check on how much has been paid on trips etc.

We anticipate that this will be the only method of payment for those items. This can be done online using the ParentPay secure website, or in cash at local stores where you see the PayPoint logo.

Every parent has been allocated a unique log in ID; if for any reason you do not have your ID, or have any problems using the site, please call the school finance office or email

A link to the ParentPay home website is


You have a secure online account, activated using a unique activation username and password; you will be prompted to change these and to keep them safe and secure as your Username and Password for future logins.

Please visit and activate your account via the Account login area on the home page of the site.

If you have two or more children at a ParentPay school, you only need to activate one account to create your ‘main account’ and then add your other children via the Add a child tab on your home page.


You are able to retain your exisiting account when your child moves to St George’s from a school which also uses ParentPay. Before you do this you must have new login details from us.

If you have these please follow these instructions

  1. Log out of all your ParentPay accounts
  2. Login to one account, this will become your ‘main account’ username and password
  3. Click on the Add a child tab on the home page of your account
  4. Enter the username and password for the child you wish to add
  5. Click Search
  6. Click Add child to your account to confirm

If you have more children that you would like to add to the account simply follow the above process until you have added all your children.

You will now see the child moving schools on 2 tabs, 1 for each school.