Join School Banking on an outback adventure!
Every year the School Banking program launches a new savings theme and 8 new exclusive School Banking reward items.
This year’s program is themed the Outback Savers and School Banking is taking students on a wild adventure through the Canyon of Savings, where they’ll learn to master smart savings habits.
There are 8 new reward items for 2016 from the Outback Savers range:
Flying Snake Tail
Wildlife Writer Set
Mud Splat Handball
Outback Pat Bag Tag
Backtrack Eraser Pen
Jump and Skip Rope
Bush Fly Fan
Wriggly Glow Worm
Win a wildlife family adventure holiday to Australia Zoo!
This year School Banking is giving students the chance to win a family trip for up to two adults and three children to explore Australia Zoo and meet Bindi and Robert Irwin.
Students who make 15 or more School Banking deposits by the end of Term 3, 2016 will be automatically entered into the draw. This is another great way to motivate students to save regularly and reach their savings goals.
If you would like to know more about School Banking, please ask for a 2016 School Banking program information pack from the school office.
Getting involved in School Banking is easy!
You can get involved in the School Banking program by opening a Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver account at your local branch. All you need to bring is your current identification as well as your child’s birth certificate. If you are an existing Commonwealth Bank customer and have NetBank, you can open an account online.
If your child has an existing Commonwealth Bank Youthsaver account they can start banking straight away. They just need to bring their deposit in every week on School Banking day using their Dollarmites deposit wallet.
School Banking day is Wednesday. Each week you need to Bring your deposit book and money to the undercover area in LC1 between 2.45pm and 3.05pm or drop your deposit book and money off in the deposit box in the canteen (stating your class number somewhere on the book so that we can return the book to you each week).
If you would like to know more about School Banking, please ask for a 2016 School Banking program information pack from your school banking coordinators.