Student resource scheme


​Whilst the cost of providing instruction, administration and facilities for the education of a student at a state school is met by the State, a parent/guardian is directly responsible for providing the student with textbooks and other resources for a student's use while attending school.​

​As a service to​ assist parents/guardians with the cost of these educational resources, Upper Coomera State College has chosen to operate a Student Resource Scheme (SRS). The SRS is endorsed by the P&C and is operated by the college under Education Queensland policy.

​The purpose of the SRS is to provide parents/guardians with a cost effective alternative to purchasing textbooks, resources, consumables and/or materials from elsewhere, through reduced prices gained from the school's bulk purchasing processes. 

A SRS enables a parent/guardian to enter into a written agreement with the college that, in return for payment of a specified annual participation fee, provides for the participating student's temporary use of prescribed textbooks and other resources and/or for the purchase of consumables and materials for the student's use. 

The scheme is not used to raise funds for other purposes. Participation fees are only used for purchasing student resources. 

Participation in the scheme is voluntary, and no obligation is placed on a parent/guardian to participate. A parent/guardian's decision to participate is based on consideration of the value afforded by the scheme. 

Student resourc​e scheme forms ​​​

Please find below the student resource scheme form:

To find out what the student resource fee cover​​​s, please download inclusion list:

Student resource sc​​heme fees​​

2022 school year​​

Participants will be required to pay the following amounts by the due dates shown or can make payment in full by the first instalment date.

SRS Instalments due by:30 Nov 2021​17 Feb 2022​17 March 2022Total

Prep$50$55$55 $160
Junior Years 1 – 6$65$60$60 $185
Secondary Years 7 – 12$90$90$90 $270​

Subject Fees are additional charges only applicable in Years 9 to 12. Subject Fees for each student will be determined following acceptance into subjects and invoiced separately. Subject Fees Instalment dates are 50% on 17/2/2022 and 50% on
* Enrolments taken later in the year will be calculated pro-rata.
* If a student leaves the College during the school year a pro-rata refund will be made on the basis of a 40 week year.

Payment optio​ns

Payments can be made via the following methods:

Payment Method
  • Go to the BPOINT website 
  • Follow the prompts
  • You will find all information needed on your invoice/statement
  • Please note: You must have an active credit card to commence BPOINT
*When paying for fees or excursions through internet banking, please ensure you make your payment 3 days prior to due date to allow for bank processing
  • Bank Account Name: Upper Coomera State College
  • BSB Number: 064-474 (Commonwealth Bank Helensvale)
  • Account Number: 10122335
  • Reference Details: Please record STUDENT EQ ID NO (which can be found on the invoice/statement)
CENTREPAY (only available for payment of school fees/student resource scheme)
  • Centrepay is a free direct bill-paying service offered to Centrelink customers receiving payments from Centrelink. The service allows you to nominate an amount to be deducted and forwarded directly to the school to cover school fees. Please contact the Finance team for more information


Payments made in person at the Finance Office will be receipted at the time of payment. Receipts are available upon request for payments made over the phone or via internet banking. 

Last reviewed 14 January 2022
Last updated 14 January 2022