Club Payment Management
Easily manage your school’s breakfast and after-school clubs online.
Cut out onerous paper-based admin with our user-friendly club management software.
Breakfast and after-school clubs are a lifeline for busy families. But for staff, organising wraparound care can be costly – not to mention time-consuming. Clubs helps to ease the administrative effort.
With Clubs, you can access all the information you need on one easy-to-use platform. Clubs lets you manage online payments, set up bookings, and monitor attendance instantly, leaving you free to focus on what really matters: your students.
Set up different session times, options, and costs with ease. Reduce friction by giving parents the option to pay now or pay later. Seamlessly add pupils to each club, be it individually or using SIMS groups. Cancel or edit bookings in an instant.
Streamline your club bookings and allow your pupils to experience all your school has to offer without any headaches. Whether it’s sports, music, additional learning, or anything else, you can manage it all in Clubs.
There’s no need for manual record-keeping with printable online registers. Monitor the popularity of each club to drive bookings and track attendance to guarantee child protection during after-school hours.
Whether you’d like us to answer your questions, provide your school with a quote, or give a free demonstration of our system, we’re here to help. And, if it’s easier, we can come to you. Simply arrange to see us in person and we’ll show you how it all works.
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