Please find information regarding School Fees and payment options in the links below.
Note that TVET courses entail extra fees from outside organisations. For general pricing and other TVET information please contact The Careers and Transition Coordinator, Mr Stuart Jones 02 8525 2228.
School Fee - Frequently Asked Questions
I need to make a payment for my school fees
Payments are made via the Inaburra School Parent Portal, using the Payments Tab.
When you click on the tab a list of outstanding payments displays.
- Tick the items that you wish to pay, then click on Make Payment.
- A secure screen will display asking you to enter your payment details including: Cardholders Name, Card Number, Card Expiry Date, and Security Code (CVC).
- When the form is complete, click on Student Payment to complete the payment process.
Can I pay my fees by instalments?
Invoices are normally issued one week before commencement of Terms 1 and 3. School fees are due in full 14 days from the date of invoice. Due to the volume of accounts, we cannot make separate payment arrangements for individual families. Families wishing to pay by instalments can make arrangements with third party school fee payment providers EdStart or Futurity. Details can be found on the School’s website. Late fees apply for late payments – see schedule on the fee invoice and on the fee schedule available on the school website.
Can we split our fees into two accounts?
We do not provide split fee accounts. The contract for enrolment is a “joint and separate” contract. This means that all signatories to the contract are legally responsible for the full amount of the fees. The account is issued to all parties to the contract to ensure that all parties are aware of their outstanding liability. Individuals are at liberty to make arrangements between themselves in regards to how they make payment of the account, however this does not alter the liability of each individual under the contract.
Who should I contact if I can't pay my fees?
We understand that sometimes circumstances arise which make payment of school fees difficult. If this happens it is always better to discuss this with the School up front. Often we can put in place an arrangement to help you through temporary setbacks by way of a Bursary or by providing more time to pay. Please contact our Bursar – Mr John Bromley – on 02 8525 2243 or via email at email@example.com