Essential and Voluntary Contributions 2021

Beaumaris Primary School receives strong support from families through the payment of student charges and voluntary contributions. This financial support enables our school to provide a wide range of curriculum programs, and maintain and develop facilities and services that would otherwise not be possible given the school’s limited financial resources. In order to offer great educational experiences for students, the School Council has decided on the school charges and voluntary contributions for 2021 as set out on the payment schedule.


Click HERE to read the Department of Education one page overview of Parent Payments Policy.


Financial Support for families


Beaumaris Primary School understands that some families may experience financial difficulty and offers a range of support options, including:

  • the Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund
  • Payment plans are available, please contact our Business Manager, Catherine Lamb on 03 9589 2619 so we can personalise for you.

For a confidential discussion about accessing these services, or if you would like to discuss alternative payment arrangements, contact: Catherine Lamb on 03 9589 2619 or email on:


Payment Methods


2021 Payments can be made by Qkr! (preferred method), cash, cheque or credit card (Eftpos, Visa, Mastercard). BPAY and direct deposit also available contact the school for details.


Essential Student Learning Items


Below is a list of items and activities which are essential for your child to learn the standard curriculum.  The Essential items have been itemised so you know what you are paying for. All excursions, sports and camps will be pay as you go.


Program Apps and activity programs: Mathletics, Essential Assessment Maths & English, Seesaw, Math Antics, Brain Pop, Wushka, Britannica and Story Box.



General Classroom Consumables: includes extra craft, cover paper, pens, pencils, markers, sticky tape, masking tape, staples, cooking ingredients and other additional items used to support student learning.


Visual Arts Consumables: includes assorted paper, paint, glue, pastels, clay, glazing and firing and other textiles to support student learning.


Japanese Consumables: includes assorted paper, materials and Apps to support student learning.



STEAM Consumables / Kitchen Garden P – Y6 2021 and Sustainability: includes design and construction materials, potting mix, seedlings etc. to support student learning.


Resilience Project Resources to support families and student learning.



$ 206.00


Optional Items


Beaumaris Primary School offers a range of optional items and activities that are additional to the delivery of the standard curriculum. These Optional Items are provided on a user pay basis where parent payment is a choice for their child/children to participate. Therefore, students will receive these items or attend these activities upon receipt of permission and payment

The Optional Educational Items component covers:

    • Optional camps and excursions as scheduled throughout 2021. The cost of these excursions will be advised throughout the year. Payments to be made on Compass as scheduled. These are provided on a user pay basis.
    • Yearbook to be ordered on Compass 2021.
    • Inter school sports and carnivals to be advised throughout the year, permissions and payment will be made on Compass.

      These are provided on a user pay basis.
    • Swimming Program to be advised on Compass when scheduled.

      These are provided on a user pay basis.
    • Year 4/5 only: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Program 2021


Voluntary Contributions


Beaumaris Primary School continues to welcome your voluntary contributions to support our school.


The voluntary contributions assist with the provision of learning technologies, art and library materials, performing arts materials, sports equipment, facilities enhancement, buildings and grounds maintenance and other much-needed resources. Voluntary contributions to the Building Maintenance and Library Funds are tax deductible and all are non-refundable.


We are so grateful for funds raised by Parent Club, Fete Committee and BFAC. Voluntary contributions, donations and fundraising have been vital in enabling us to improve the learning environment for our students. On 2021 these improvements included:

  • Ongoing maintenance of the oval, shade cloth, grounds and play equipment.
  • Learning centre resources, literacy, mathematics and science resources, furniture and storage.
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) resources: Spheros, coding, robotics and technology equipment have been purchased.
  • Laptops: additional laptops for use by our students.
  • New volleyball nets and courts.
  • Line marking.
  • Sunscreen for all classrooms.
  • Significant enhancements to The Pavilion.



To view the payment breakdown for 2021 please click here.