We are a cashless school
sQuid Dinner Money makes it easy and convenient for parents and carers to pay for school dinners.
Where do I start?
sQuid is really simple. All you need to do to get started is to create a sQuid account.
Create a sQuid account
You will receive a registration letter with your own unique 16 digit sQuid registration number and a 3 digit security code. Click the image above to take you to the sQuid website to create your sQuid account and enter these numbers. You will then be able to top up your account and view your balance and transactions.
Login to your sQuid account
Click here to login to your sQuid account to check your balance, top up or update your personal details and preferences.
How does it work?
Once you create a sQuid account, you can login, top up and check your balance online at anytime. You can also view your transactions online to check how much has been spent and when. sQuid will send you account updates and payment confirmation via email.
The sQuid App is free to download on iOS and Android devices and provides a quicker, more convenient way to access, manage and top up your online sQuid account.
To download the sQuid App on iOS and Android devices, please search for ‘sQuidcard’ on the relevant stores. Google Play & Apple Store
Please use our online payments system, ParentMail, for all school payments eg , trips, workshops etc
Create a ParentMail account
When your child joins Harold Court Primary, you will be invited directly by ParentMail to join the app (using the contact information you supplied to us).
Once you have downloaded and logged into the App, you will be able to:
- Emails - all information we need to communicate with you will come via this option;
- Payments - for school visits, activities, workshops;
- Accounts - to book and pay for Breakfast and/or After School Club (Policy and Registration required before access is given);
- SMS - for urgent, short reminders or updates, you may receive an SMS from the school;
- Forms - where permission needs to be given by you for your child to participate in unpaid activities (eg. sporting events)