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Register your school

Step 1/3: Schools Plus Guidelines

*mandatory information

You will need to complete all three steps in one sitting as the form cannot be saved part way through. Before starting, please ensure you have:

  1. Your school logo in a jpeg
  2. Principal’s email address and phone number
  3. Details of a second contact
  4. Your school bank account details (you will not require this if you are on the Central Banking system/LMBR)

 

To begin, we need to check off some formalities. Please read through the points outlined.

Step 2/3: Select Your School

Schools with an ICSEA score of 999 and below have been pre-loaded into the Schools Plus database to help you complete this form. Begin typing your school’s name and choose your school from the list that appears.

School:

Couldn’t find your school in the above list? Email Schools Plus with your School Name, Postcode, State and your contact details for us to investigate.

Step 3/3: School details

*mandatory information

Complete the required contact and bank details and upload a logo to be used on your project page.

School information

School Logo Upload

Recommended logo size: 120x120 pixels or bigger

Principal information

Alternate contact information

All school accounts require two contacts.

Deputy Principal

Banking information

Please provide banking information for the account you wish the funds to be transferred to. This can be either your school account or P&C account.

Your School’s Banking Information

School Bank Account*

Please indicate here if you are a NSW Department of Education school with a SSC account (SAP).


Or P&C Bank Account

Which schools are eligible

We support schools with an ICSEA value below 1000 (including many special schools with a zero ICSEA). ICSEA stands for Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage – check values at www.myschool.edu.au.

More than 4,600 schools in Australia, across the government, independent and Catholic sectors, are eligible for our support.

Find out more