BPOINT is the preferred payment method for all student invoices at Queensland state schools. On the bottom of each invoice that you receive, the BPOINT payment method symbol will be displayed with a website link for you to visit and process your online payment (very similar to internet banking that many of you currently utilise). You can use a credit or bank debit card to make a payment. You do not need to register for BPOINT, you simply visit the link detailed below and enter CRN (customer reference number), invoice number, student name and exact amount of individual invoice (please do not pay more that one individual invoice at a time). If you do not know your CRN please contact the school office for this information but the CRN will appear on school invoices.
BPOINT will issue you with a payment confirmation that you can email to yourself after making the payment or you can print or take a screen shot, for your records. If you would like an official OneSchool receipt you may need to visit the school and request for it to be printed. The school will no longer manually receipt through their One School system for this payment method (BPOINT automatically talks to the school’s accounting system).
Payments will process overnight and will appear in the school’s bank account within 24 hours of making a payment. The school will receive a daily report detailing those who have made a payment.
You may still pay by cheque, cash or eftpos or credit card over the phone if you wish, but the Department of Education is promoting BPOINT as preferred payment method from now on. If you choose to pay via the traditional payment methods, the school will issue you with a One School receipt from the office, but either way we can see from our end who has outstanding invoices and who does not.
For more information, see the BPOINT pamphlet (PDF, 478KB).
*** Please check invoice amount carefully and pay dollar and cent value accurately, thank you.