Online School Payments/Meal Ordering

Page last updated at 4:17 PM, Mon 28 Sep 2020

Exciting new ways to make school payments

Fife Council has introduced a secure online payment system called iPayimpact (link at bottom of page) which will offer parents/carers a convenient and flexible way to pay for a range of school services. The system has a ‘shopping basket’ approach, allowing payments to be made for each child including dinner money, school trips, uniforms, after-school clubs, milk and many other school payments in one easy transaction - just add to the basket and check out! Please note the range of payment services will vary from school to school.

Key benefits:

  • Easy registration process
  • One transaction for multiple children and school payments
  • Children no longer need to carry cash to school where it can be lost or stolen
  • Review payments made, purchase history and current balance
  • Receive email alerts for low balances and/or recurring payments
  • Make payments by debit or credit card
  • Online meal ordering (primary school)

iPayimpact is a secure payment website where you can make online payments, 24/7, from any internet enabled device (PC, laptop, tablet, smartphone). Payments are handled by Capita's secure payment gateway where you can enter your debit or credit card details. Please note that while Fife Council does not charge for using credit cards, Capita do charge a handling fee.

To register for an account you will need your child's Unique Reference Number. Please contact the school office if you need further support.

https://www.fife.gov.uk/kb/docs/articles/education2/schools-in-fife/school-meals

https://www.fife.gov.uk/kb/docs/articles/education2/schools-in-fife/online-school-payments

 

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