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Wallington High School for Girls

Wallington High School for Girls

'A strong learning community. Pupils are proud of their school. The broad curriculum and high prior attainment of pupils lead to strong achievement.' OFSTED 2019

School Systems

sQuid is the school’s on-line payment system for both Cashless Catering and School Trips and Offers.  

sQuid is regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA);  it is a free service with no charges for payments made using a Debit Card (above £10) or Bank Transfer (any value).   There is a small charge for payments made by Credit Card depending on individual credit card company charges.   A charge of 25p is applied to any payment card transaction of less than £10.   Please refer to for full Terms and Conditions.  

All students are issued with a 16-digit registration number and a 3-digit security code, which are unique to them.   If you have more than one student at the school they will each have their own unique numbers and you will need to create an account for each student.    You will then need to create a sQuid account and register your unique sQuid registration number.   This process should be done as soon as you receive this information.     DO NOT START THE SQUID REGISTRATION PROCESS UNTIL YOU HAVE RECEIVED YOUR UNIQUE 16‑DIGIT REGISTRATION NUMBER AND 3‑DIGIT SECURITY CODE.

It is very important that you update sQuid with any changes to your email address, otherwise you may not be able to make payments.

Each student is issued with their own personal swipe card linked to their cashless catering account.   A balance should be kept on this account to enable purchases to be made in the canteen.   This balance is topped up by parents via sQuid.

For more detailed information on creating and managing your sQuid account, please see this document.

Schoolcomms is the school’s system for sending emails - such as The Wallington Week, our school newsletter, texts and reports to parents.  Schoolcomms is directly linked to our student record system (SIMS) and uses the contact information (such as mobile phone numbers and email addresses) held by the school.

Emails and texts will be delivered directly to a parent/carer’s email and/or text inbox.  However, it is vital that parents and carers keep us informed of any changes to their email and telephone numbers.

Although parents/carers can reply by directly to schoolcomms, this email is not the quickest route.  Please  use email address to communicate directly with us.  This inbox is checked on a daily basis and will therefore ensure that your comments / queries are dealt with as soon as possible.   

Schoolcomms is registered with the data protection act. All information you provide will be kept private and will not be passed on to any other organisation. Your details will only be used for the purpose of school business. You will not receive any SPAM or marketing material.

If you have any problems receiving emails or texts please contact us on 

Please note: We will endeavour to keep our information about you, including email addresses and mobile numbers, accurate and up to date.  However, the responsibility is yours to inform us of any changes to this information (or any errors that you become aware of) and any changes that affect parental responsibilities.