Fees and Financial Assistance
York House

Fees and Financial Assistance

York House

School Fees for York House School (2023-2024)


For all children who attend full time i.e. 10 sessions per week, the nursery fees will be £3,923.00 per term (a term is typically 12 weeks).

Please be aware that we request that children attend for a minimum of 4 sessions in Lower Nursery (the academic year that they turn 3 years old) and 4 sessions would cost £1,569.20 per term.

Upper Nursery (the academic year before Reception) children are required to attend for a minimum of 6 sessions, this would cost £2,353.80.


£4,333.00 per term

Year 1

£4,776.00 per term

Year 2

£5,086.00 per term

Year 3 to Year 8

£5,773.00 per term

Registration Fee

£100.00 non-refundable

Acceptance Deposit

£1000.00 payable upon acceptance of the offer of a place


£525.00 refundable against the first term's fees


£475.00 is subject to any deductions, refundable on normal leaving at the end of Year 6 or Year 8

This deposit is non-refundable in cases of pupils leaving at any other time

Payment Plans

The school is not authorised to give credit advice however, parents may wish to visit www.sfpschoolfees.co.uk who can offer specific credit plans for school fees.

Fees include

Lunch, textbooks, stationery, art and craft materials, match expenses and Pupil Personal Accident Insurance.

Additional Charges

Music Tuition, LAMDA and 1:1 Ballet are by individual arrangements with The Director of Music. Visiting Music Teachers will charge parents directly for their time but the school will make additional charges for instrument hire, sheet music, exams and any other incidental costs.



Additional charges for special outings, tickets, residential and other activities are advised in advance, including some clubs, after school care and hot tea which are charged according to bookings.


York House School is a charitable trust committed to widening access to York House education. The trust has a bursary scheme in place to assist in situations of hardship. We aim to offer places to pupils in the local community, whose parents would otherwise be unable to afford to pay the school fees to benefit from an education at York House. Bursaries, if awarded, are typically offered from Year 3.

An independent company will communicate with you directly to determine your financial status. This is strictly means-tested. Parents wishing to be considered for financial assistance should indicate this on the registration form. Please contact the Head or Bursar if you would like to discuss this further in the strictest of confidence

Bursary Assistance

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 may be looked at from Reception upwards.