sQuid Cashless Catering/Offers System
We are pleased to be able to offer parents/carers the opportunity to use our cashless sQuid system to pay for school dinners and other trips. This greatly reduces the amount of cash brought in to the school and offers an easy way for parents/carers to pay for school lunches and other activities/trips/offers. If you wish your child to stay for a healthy school lunch, cooked on our premises, we would prefer that you use the sQuid system but you can also pay to the school office using cash or cheque made payable to Nottingham City Council.
- To pay for school meals, simply go onto your child’s sQuid account and choose the ‘catering purse’.
- To pay for trips or other offers, instead of choosing the ‘catering purse’ select the item you wish to pay for and follow the on-screen instructions.
Using the sQuid payment method, you can make quick, secure online payments without the need to send cash or cheques into the school. All paid transactions can be viewed online anytime, and you will also receive an email confirming your purchase/s. You can top-up by bank transfer, or from a credit or debit card.
If you would prefer to purchase a ‘Paypoint Card’ – these are available from the School Office at a cost of £1.50 but can only be used to pay for school meals.
More information on all of the above can be found on the sQuid website www.squidcard.com/smartid.
If you do not have details of your child’s sQuid account number/details, please contact the school office.
What we’ve been up to…
We took part in the “Girls Can” event at Harvey Hadden Leisure center. Middleton was proud to be part of this initiative to encourage more girls to be active and take up sports. We spent a fun afternoon in company of 16 other primary schools.
Two weeks ago we had the pleasure of welcoming two German exchange students from Bilborough College. They stayed with us for three days engaging the children and introducing them to German life and culture. Our pupils really enjoyed meeting these young people and learning about what it is like to be a young person in Germany today.