Our fees are reviewed annually by the Governors and set at a rate that provides excellent value for the quality of the educational experience we offer.

Fees for the 2018/19 academic year

 

School year Fee per term Fee per academic year What is included in the fee
Senior School & Sixth Form
(Years 7 to 13)
£4483 £13449
  • Tuition fee
  • Lunch
  • Supervision to 5pm at Homework Club
  • MidYIS assessments for Y7-9
  • Yellis assessments for Y10-11
  • ALIS assessments for Y12-13
  • 10% contribution to Morrisby Profile at Y10
  • Careers support, advice and practice interviews
  • Revision advice and support in preparation for GCSEs in Y10 and Y11 from Learning Performance
  • Higher Education application support and advice, including Oxbridge
Junior School (Years 5 and 6) £3587 £10761
  • Tuition fee
  • Lunch and break-time snacks
  • Supervision from 8am, and to 4.30pm at Homework Club
Junior School (Years 3 and 4) £2941 £8823
  • Tuition fee
  • Lunch and break-time snacks
  • Supervision from 8am, and to 4.30pm at Homework Club
Infant School (Years 1 and 2)* £2500 £7500
  • Tuition fee
  • Lunch and break-time snacks
  • Supervision from 8am, and to 4.30pm at Homework Club
Infant School (Reception)* £2250 £6750
  • Tuition fee
  • Lunch and break-time snacks
  • Supervision from 8am, and to 4.30pm at Homework Club

*Infant school fees and those for Years 7, 8 and 9 will remain as published for academic year 2019/20. All other fees will be subject to an annual increment.

Additional costs

There are some additional costs throughout the school year. Those listed below are examples, actual costs will be included on the termly invoice.

School year Item Indicative cost
Sixth Form
(Years 12 and 13)
Books Pupils are required to purchase their own textbooks
A Level examination £300 for 3 A Levels (additional fees will be charged for pupils taking more than 3 A Levels, or for re-sits)
UCAS application fee £24 for multiple courses (for 2019 entry)
Trips – curricular and extra-curricular Cost varies dependent upon the trip, see below
 Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Bronze – £390 (includes First Aid training and certification)
Silver – £550
Gold – £595
(All levels are optional)
Clubs All clubs are optional, some include a small fee to cover costs which varies dependent upon the activity
Senior School
(Years 7 to 11)
Books  £100
GCSE examination £330 for 10 GCSEs (additional fees will be charged for pupils taking more than 10 GCSEs, or for re-sits)
Morrisby profile  £53
Trips – curricular and extra-curricular  Cost varies dependent upon the trip, see below

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

 

Bronze – £390 (includes First Aid training and certification)
Silver – £550
Gold – £595
(All Y9 pupils take Bronze. Silver and Gold are optional)
Clubs  All clubs are optional, some include a small fee to cover costs which varies dependent upon the activity
 Junior School
(Years 3 to 6)
Books £35
Trips – curricular and extra-curricular  Cost varies dependent upon the trip, see below
 Clubs  All clubs are optional, some include a small fee to cover costs which varies dependent upon the activity
 After-school care Runs between 4.30pm and 6pm. See After-school care costs

Fees are reviewed on an annual basis by the Governors.

Further additional costs are:

Registration and deposit

Registration fee Reception to 11 – £70
Year 12 – £50
Deposit £500 – payable on acceptance of a place. This deposit is refunded at the end of the pupil’s final term

Help towards fees

We offer an extensive range of scholarships towards the tuition fee portion of the fee.

Our bursary scheme promotes accessibility and entry for pupils from all backgrounds. Bursaries are means-tested and provide financial assistance towards the cost of fees in Junior and Senior School, and Sixth Form. In the Sixth Form we also offer Sixth Form Academic Trust Bursaries of up to 100%.

Sibling discount

  • When two siblings attend the School there is a 10% discount on tuition fees for the youngest child.
  • When three siblings attend the School there is a 15% discount on tuition fees for the youngest child.

Invoices and payment schedule

Fees are invoiced on a termly basis and are due for payment in full on or before the first day of the term to which the invoice relates. There is a discount for yearly fees paid all at once. Please contact the Bursar for further information.

A late payment surcharge of 2% per month is due on all fees outstanding after the first day of term.

Spreading the cost

Find out more about School Fee Plan –

School Fee Plan

 

 

Corporate discount

Where an employer is paying the school fee, the following discounts are applicable:

  • One child – no discount
  • Second child (with both in school) – 10% discount on tuition fee for the youngest.
  • Third child (with all three in school) – 15% discount on tuition fee for the youngest.
  • Fourth and subsequent children (with four or more in school) – 20% discount on tuition fee for the youngest.

An explanation of MidYIS, Yellis, ALIS and Morrisby

MidYIS and Yellis: Online assessments tailored to different year groups which assist teachers in recognising pupil strengths and weaknesses and which enable effective target setting and development of individual learning plans so that your son achieves his potential.
ALIS: A post-16 assessment which supports teachers to develop an individualised learner profile and predictive information to ensure pupils maximise their potential.
Morrisby: The Morrisby Profile is one of the most widely-known and sophisticated services in careers guidance. A Morrisby Profile assesses individual aptitudes, learning and personal working styles, to inspire and help pupils make informed decisions about their careers.

School trips

We offer a number of trips throughout the school year, some of which are directly linked to the curriculum to support teaching and learning, and some of which are extra-curricular and optional. The price varies depending on the length and destination.

  • Curricular trips are strongly advised and recommended. They range from local one day trips to UK and international trips which include overnight stays.
  • Extra-curricular trips are optional. Examples include the biennial ski trip and the trip to Italy or Greece to explore the ancient world.
  • The Year 12 trip to Tanzania, which lasts for three weeks and includes either an ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro or a safari, costs around £4000. Pupils are encouraged to fund their own trip costs and receive lots of support and advice from School on how to achieve this.