Banking

Student  Banking

 

The Dollarmites are bringing the future to your school.

Since 1931, CommBank’s School Banking program has been offering engaging ways for Australian children to learn the value of saving and develop lifelong money skills. 

 

For our 2017 theme, a futuristic adventure is in store. Students will join the new-look Dollarmites as Future Savers, making their way towards the Savings Hover Park – a fantastic playground up in the clouds of a hi-tech metropolis.

 

Encouraging savings habits with great rewards

School Banking will continue to reward children who demonstrate regular savings behaviour, and this year we’re introducing an exciting new range of reward items.  Two are released every term, and available in Term 1 are the Cyber Handball and Colour Change Markers. Your child can redeem one of these reward items, while

stocks last, after making 10 School Banking deposits.

 

Visit commbank.com.au/schoolbanking to download and print this year’s Rewards Card. On our website you’ll also fi nd a fun activity sheet and a Savings Tracker your child can use to keep track of their School Banking deposits throughout the year.

 

Dedicated savers get a chance to win a trip to Tokyo Disneyland The Future Savers Grand Prize competition will take one lucky student on a family trip to Tokyo, Japan. Up to two adults and three children will get tickets to explore Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, including the futuristic Tomorrowland attractions. This prize includes:

• Return economy airfares from the winner’s nearest capital city to Tokyo, Japan

• Five nights’ accommodation at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel

• Three-day Magic Pass to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea

• AU$1,000 spending money

 

To enter, your child simply has to make 15 or more School Banking deposits before the end of Term 3, 2017. This will automatically enter them into the competition for a chance to win.

 

For more information, visit commbank.com.au/schoolbanking  Click here for flyer

 


 

School banking is an important lesson in the development of young people. To extend this habit, children are given the opportunity to bank regularly through the school. 

School bank day is every Tuesday morning.  Your child will need to be reminded to hand their bank book to their teacher as soon as they arrive at shcool as banking is processed at the start of the school day.

Foundation pupils will be contacted early in February concerning this activity and a letter explaining the process together with a form to complete will be sent home through the school. 

If you wish your child to bank at school, the form sent home should be returned as soon as possible to the classroom teacher. 

Parent volunteers/office administration staff, complete the banking and return the child's book to their classroom. 

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