OUR CASHLESS PROCESS
A complete cashless management system called lunchcard is used in Southern African schools and universities. Students at participating schools receive a lunchcard with a photo ID that they can use to make purchases at the majority of the school’s amenities. After a student receives their lunchcard, the parent registers it on the lunchcard website.com. Once registered, the parent has access to a number of functions, including:
- Deposit funds
- Set dietary restrictions
- View transaction history
- View reports on purchases and other items
- Set daily spend limits
- Pre-order lunches from the tuckshop
- Order school items
No, when a student uses the card, a photo of the student and the card’s barcode are confirmed.
A student’s lunchcard can be stopped and a new one supplied if it is lost or stolen. However there will be a card replacement fee.
What a pupil is not permitted to eat can be regulated by a parent online. If your child attempts to purchase any of the prohibited items, a warning will be displayed at the school.
Yes, a parent can forbid their child from buying a particular thing.
To limit their children’s spending, parents can establish daily spending caps. You can also compile a report on your child’s spending patterns.
No. Lunchcards function as debit cards and are only usable when there are sufficient monies.
Yes, lunchcard is quite safe; every transaction is logged, and you may produce log reports whenever you want.
Yes, parents can place orders with the school via the lunchcard website for products like books, uniforms, and other school-related items.
Yes, parents can pre-plan specific meals for each break using the lunchcard system.