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​Contribution scheme - Reading and library materials 

The provision of up to date reading and reference materials is essential to the development of sound literacy skills in children. To supplement existing resources we ask parents to contribute $40 per student or $70 per family (if more than one student) as part of a reading and library materials. This is greatly appreciated.

Payment options

Paying by internet banking

Money deposited by direct payment into school bank account.

School’s bank account name: Springwood Road State School General Account

BSB number: 064-170 (Commonwealth Bank of Australia - Branch Springwood)

Account number: 00090019

Reference/details: Please record both student name and reference code in the reference/details section so that your payment can be recorded correctly.

If insufficient details are supplied, payments will be applied to the oldest debt for that family/customer.

Paying in person

Payment by credit card, debit card, cash and cheque.

Payment can be made at the school office between 8am and 11am – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.

Credit card and debit cards (EFTPOS), cash and cheques are accepted.

Money collection days and times

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - 8am to 11am.

Refund policy

All requests for refunds must include supporting documentation and be submitted to the school principal for authorisation. Approved requests will then be processed and a refund deposited into parents nominated bank account.  Please see our Refund Policy.pdf

Excursions

Parents may request a refund for monies paid for an excursion if their child was unable to attend due to illness. However, parents need to be aware due to payment commitments refunds may not always be possible. Refund request forms are available from the school office.

Interschool sport

Costs for interschool sport include transport to and from the venue each week and the supply of first aid and ice. No refunds will be given for sport cancelled due to wet weather. Any additional funds will go towards sporting equipment.

Camps

Once final numbers of participating students have been provided to camp organisers refunds will not be issued. Requests may still be submitted to school principal for consideration.​

  • Student banking

    Springwood Road State School participates in a student banking program through the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA).