Termly Pre-Prep Fees | Effective from September 2015
Year 1 £3,440
Year 2 £3,660
Middle & Upper Schools £4,160
We look to offer a flexible approach to your requirements. We consider one Nursery session is equal to half a day. We would require that each child attend a minimum of 3 sessions per week, each session costs £272, per term i.e. three sessions per term is £816, all ten sessions is £2,720 per term. We would of course welcome more sessions to be added termly or half termly, and when sessions are available.
All fees include lunch, text books, stationery, art materials, match expenses, and pupils' personal accident insurance.
School outings and some after-school activities are charged in addition.
Private music lessons and SEN tuition are by individual arrangement with the teacher concerned.
Extended day care arrangements are offered at the following rates:
Pre & After-School Clubs
Early Morning Club for Nursery & Pre-Prep There is no charge for this and no need to book.
Starlight Club for Nursery, Reception and Years 1 & 2 £2.60 per minimum half hour
After-School Club for Years 3 to 8 £2.60 per minimum half hour
A non-refundable registration fee of £75 is required. A deposit of £850 is payable when a place is offered and accepted, of which £450 is refundable against the first term's fees.
The remaining £400 is refunded if a child stays until they move to their senior school, but not
otherwise, and the repayment is subject to any other final term's deductions.
We also offer access to BUPA and a fees refund scheme in case of illness.
Fees are payable termly in advance either by internet bank transfer, at your bank by cheque with the giro slip from your bill or by cheque to the school with the giro slip. There is a monthly direct debit option through our preferred provider School Fees Plan, which can be arranged directly through their website.
for more information as to how School Fees Plan can assist you to make your monthly direct debit payment plan.
Bursary assistance is available in cases of financial hardship, where this makes it possible for a child to join and / or remain at the School. This is strictly means tested by using an outside organisation. New bursaries will usually be considered from entry at Year 3 but existing hardship cases maybe looked at from reception upwards.
Please contact the Bursar if you would like to discuss this further in the strictest of confidence.