School Trips & Voluntary Contributions

School Meal Payments

In line with Surrey County Council’s guidelines, school meals are paid termly in advance. A notice is emailed to parents detailing the amount due at the end of the preceding term.

Parents are notified when Reception children are able to have a school meal trial.

The notice period for changing from school meals/packed lunch is as follows. As long as written notice is received by the office before any break for holidays (either half-term or longer holiday) the change can be effective at the start of the new half-term or term. If notice is received at the beginning of a new half-term or term the change will not be effective until after the next holiday.

To create an on-line account or to pay for your child's school meals, please click on the 'Meal Payments' button below:

Meal Payments

For further help, download our Parents User Guide.

Payments for school catering will be made to:

Commercial Services,
Surrey County Council,
Epsom Local Office,
Town Hall,
The Parade,
KT18 5BY

Please note that your bank statement will display WWW.SURREYCC.GOV.UK for these payments.

For further information, please contact the school office at


Please register via Coolmilk’s website -
- ‘St Paul’s Catholic Primary School’ code is 6847

All payments are managed by Coolmilk, who supply milk to the school. Children under 5 receive free milk until their fifth birthday.

School Trips and Entertainment

St Paul’s operates an on-line system to enable parents to make voluntary contributions for their child, for trips, school events and donations to the Governors' Fund.

At the beginning of each term, trips and events are activated on the system and parents are advised accordingly via Parentmail and invited to make these voluntary contributions.

To create an on-line account or to contribute to your child's trips and events click on 'Trip & Entertainment Payments' button below:

Trip & Entertainment Payments

For further help, download our Parents User Guide.

If you require further information, please contact the school office at

Governors' Fund

St Paul’s School prides itself on striving for excellence in education. To enable it to do so it has long relied upon additional parental contributions, other than the funding provided by the Government. This allows the School to be resourced with staff and materials to a higher level and to maintain higher standards.

Should you feel you are able to contribute, please download a standing order form and a Gift Aid form and return to school for the attention of the Treasurer to the Governors' Fund.

Parental contributions are completely anonymous, known only to the Treasurer to the Governors' Fund.

One-off contributions are always gratefully accepted. Should you wish to send a cheque, the addressee should be St Paul's Governors' Fund.

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