Parkland Primary SchoolYsgol Gynradd Parkland

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School Meals/ Cunninghams iPayImpact payment system

School meals are available to encourage children to eat healthy, well-balanced meals at school. The cost of a school meal is £2.40 for years 5 and 6.


Universal Free School Meals (uFSM) - Reception to Year 4

Further to previous correspondence, we are pleased to announce we will be rolling out free school meals to all year 4 pupils from 19 February 2024 (after half term). Please note this will be automatic and there will be no requirement to apply for the meals. We aim to roll out to further year groups as soon as possible and will update you on our progress in due course.



Our online payment provider for school meals and trips is changing from September.  We will no longer be using sQuid, and the new provider will be CRB Cunningham’s (iPayImpact).   


We advise that you run the balances down before the end of term, as school meal accounts will start from a ‘fresh’ £0.00 balance in September.


Next steps:


  1. Use up balance: Please ensure any remaining balance on sQuid is used up before the end term.  If you are still in credit on your sQuid account at the end of term, then you will need to request a refund from sQuid directly. Link to the sQuid webpage available here:

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iPayImpact is an online payment provider that can be used to make a variety of school payments. Parents can use iPayImpact to pay for school payments such as school meals and payments for School Trips /activities/ clubs/ events .





Please contact the school office if you have not received your child/rens registration details.

Free School Meals


If you believe that your child/ren may qualify for entitlement to free school meals you can find out more on where you can also make an online application or print off a paper form to send to the Civic Centre.  If you have any queries about free school meals you can contact 01792 635353 or email or visit the contact centre in the Civic Centre. This allowance is a statutory right and it is important that you use it if you qualify.

The Welsh Government gives an extra grant for every child that is entitled to and claims free school meals. It can be an extra significant bonus to the school.


School Meal Arrears


The City and County of Swansea has adopted a clear no-debt policy relating to the payment and provision of school meals.