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ParentPay

As of September 2017 we changed the way we accept payments for School Meals, Trips and Events. Payments are only accepted online via the ParentPay website or by cash at a PayPoint at local retailers*. Cash is no longer accepted in school for these items.

Please use the links below to access either ParentPay or The Shop:



ParentPay is an online payment service used by our school. It allows parents/carers to make safe and secure online payments for things like dinner money and school trips. Please follow the link above to access ParentPay and login to your account.

Paying online gives you the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your money reaches school safely.

*Many high street shops and local retailers now have a PayPoint facility on the premises where you can also add funds to your account.

How to use ParentPay

Step 1 – Have your activation letter ready, once received
Step 2 – Login to www.parentpay.com
(a link to ParentPay can be always be found on this page under ‘Parents’ on the main menu)
Step 3 – Follow instructions to activate your account
Step 4 – Select ‘Pay for items’

You can find more useful guidance and answers to many questions on the Parent FAQs page of the ParentPay website.


The Shop

To purchase smaller one-off items such as performance tickets, locker keys, calculators and revision guides you can now use our school’s online shop. The shop allows you to purchase these types of items without the need to login to ParentPay. Please follow the link below to browse the shop:

Visit the Shop

October 22, 2018
  • Half Term Holidays
    October 22, 2018 - October 26, 2018 @ 

October 23, 2018
  • Half Term Holidays
    October 22, 2018 - October 26, 2018 @ 

October 24, 2018
  • Half Term Holidays
    October 22, 2018 - October 26, 2018 @ 

School Address

Levenshulme High School
Crossley Road
Levenshulme
Manchester
M19 1FS

Telephone:

0161 224 4625

Fax:

0161 256 1170

Email:

office@levenshulmehigh.co.uk

Get in Touch

Please direct all queries in the first instance to Mrs Tebb