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Central Reporting

Caterers can improve their dinner money administration with ParentPay

You can improve your dinner money management by accessing central reports online.  This will allow your school meals service to run more efficiently and help you maximise savings.

By accessing real-time data you can compare dinner money information across schools.  It will highlight where school meal management is least effective so you can work with those schools to increase school meal uptake.  You can view data for the whole school meals service. 

Improve school meal management and increase school meal uptake

Our online reports provide school caterers with valuable information including:-

  • Dinner money income split between staff, pupil or visitors
  • Meal numbers and uptake statistics
  • Free School Meal (FSM) entitlement and uptake
  • Data required for NI52 returns
  • Meal returns: taken, served and cooked
  • Debt reporting and monitoring
  • Meal selection

Real-time data about your school meals service

With online dinner money administration you can get information as and when you need it and compare past and current performance to analyse trends.  Automated reporting can be set up to give you top-level or detailed data on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.   

By using our central reporting, you will have information to help increase school meal uptake and benefit from time saving solutions for your school meals service.

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