Invoice and Statements

All incursion/excursion payments will now be due and payable throughout the term. Permission letters will be issued with payment details on the bottom of each letter and an invoice for the activity will be emailed the following day.  Permission forms are to be returned to the class teacher. All excursions will be due and payable seven (7) days prior to any incursion/excursion. No late payments will be accepted. Statements will now be issued mid to late term with any outstanding fees.
Payments can be made by paying at the payment window, by direct deposit into the school’s bank account or credit card. 

Credit Card Details

The preferred method for credit card payments is via BPoint service, a link is provided at the bottom of each invoice. 
The bpoint-parent-pamphlet.pdf has all the instructions on how to use this service. 
If you have any queries about payments, please do not hesitate to contact the Business Services Manager.
Student Resource Scheme
In 2020 Kenmore South State School is reintroducing a Student Resource Scheme. We believe this system is responsive to the learning needs of our students and the teaching needs of our teachers.
Parents are invited to join the Student Resource Scheme (SRS) for 2020.  This scheme operates under the policy and guidelines of the Department Education, Training and Employment.  The scheme, while supported and approved annually by the school’s Parents and Citizens Association (P&C), is managed by the school and operates in accordance with section 51 of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006. The cost of providing instruction, administration and facilities for the education of a student at a state school is met by the State. However, a parent is directly responsible for providing their child with other resourcefor use at school.
The scheme is voluntary and you are under no obligation to join.  However, please be aware that materials and consumables required under this scheme are not funded by school grants. Therefore if you do not wish to join the scheme you are responsible for providing your child with the items.
The provision of this scheme ensures that well resourced learning by our students remains our key focus.  The scheme is not a fundraiser for the school.  Its purpose is to provide a cost effective alternative to purchasing resources and consumables from elsewhere, at reduced prices gained from the school’s bulk purchasing processes.  Fees fund essential resources and materials used in his/her classroom.  Items provided by the scheme are as follows:
Requirements List  (goods or services provided by the scheme)
Art and Science Consumables (including paint, cardboard and embellishments).
$ 25.00
Reproduced class workbooks, worksheets and teacher-prepared material which complement and/or substitute for textbooks in key learning areas.
$ 15.00
Prep – Year 6 Subscriptions (Reading Eggs/Eggspress, Mathletics, Sound Waves Online)
$ 20.00
Total Participation Fee
comprehensive list of what the Student Resource Scheme participation fee providefor your child is available on request from the school office.
To join the scheme you are required to complete the attached Participation Agreement Form.  There are terms and conditions on the back of the form.  Please note this is a generic form for all Queensland primary and secondary schools.  Please return the form to the school office by Friday 16 February 2020. 
An invoice will be sent home after the participation form has been returned.  Payments will be due for payment by the end of Term 1.  Payments can be made via BPoint 24/7 (preferred method - link and CRN included on invoice or see over), at the office payment window between 8:00am and 9:30am daily, by cheque, EFT or cash.  
If you do not elect to join the scheme you are still required to complete and return the Participation Agreement Form, indicating your non participation, to the school office by Friday 16 February 2020.  It will then be your responsibility to purchase the resources provided by the scheme.
Please note:
  • Excursions, incursions, camps, interschool sport, swimming and instrumental music fees are not included in the SRS.
  • Total costs for students enrolling in Terms 2, 3 or 4 will be charged on a pro-rata basis.
  • Refunds of up to 50% will be made for students who leave the school.
If you are experiencing genuine financial hardship, you can make an appointment with the Principal and/or Business Services Manager to discuss a suitable payment arrangement.  Payment plans can be set up via the BPoint service as an automatic direct debit on your account, a link will be sent to you after your plan has been approved to finalise this process.
Thank you in anticipation of your contribution towards this valuable scheme.  Please contact the school office on 3327 0888 should you have any questions regarding the scheme.
Last reviewed 24 July 2020
Last updated 24 July 2020