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How do I register an account online? What is the difference between a Normal account and a School account? Can individual teachers have access to the School account for ordering? I have forgotten my password?
Frequently Asked Questions
You can register an account at any time by clicking on Login/Register at the top of our website. If you require a School account please contact our friendly staff on 08 9445 7133 and we will set up your account for you.
A normal account (for teachers, parents etc) is restricted to normal shipping and payment options (credit card). School accounts (official ABN required at time of setup) can choose to pay by 30 day account by supplying an official school order number.
Yes, the School account can set sub accounts for their teachers to be able to order via purchase order and be delivered to the school. This can be set up under the My Account option at the top of the site after logging in. Then you can choose Manage users and add your teachers or purchasing officers there.
Click on the Login/Register tab at the top of the homepage. From here you can select the “Forgot your password?” link and you will be guided through a process to recover your password.
How do I register an account online?
What is the difference between a Normal account and a School account?
Can individual teachers have access to the School account for ordering?
I have forgotten my password?
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