Fees

Termly fees for the academic year commencing 5 September 2022 are:

Pre-Prep (ages 4 to 7+) £5,735
Prep School (ages 8 to 12+) £6,580
Seniors (ages 13 to 15+) £7,607
Sixth Form £8,810

Lunch is charged separately and currently costs:

  • £400 per term for the Pre-Prep (4 to 7 years old)
  • £505 per term for the Prep (8 to 12 years old)
  • £545 per term for the Seniors and Sixth Form (13 to 18/19 years old)

Mandatory Personal Accident Insurance and School Fees Protection Insurance costs (* please note that School Fees Protection insurance will no longer be charged as of the Spring Term 2023, see details in italics below):

  • Personal Accident Insurance £5.00 per term for all pupils
  • School Fees Protection Insurance Pre-Prep (ages 4 to 7+) £35.00 per term
  • School Fees Protection Insurance Prep (ages 8 to 12+) £40.00 per term
  • School Fees Protection Insurance Seniors (ages 13 to 15+) £50.00 per term
  • School Fees Protection Insurance Sixth Form £55.00 per term

Terms and conditions pertaining to fee refunds can be found in our Fees Refund Scheme and Pupils' Personal Accident Insurance Scheme.   

*As of Spring Term 2023 the school will no longer be providing the School Fees Protection Insurance via Chubb. Parents who wish to purchase similar insurance will find many attractive and competitively priced products available via home insurance policies or via specialist insurers / brokers. Please do not hesitate to contact our Finance Manager should you have any queries.

Other costs:

One-to-one Learning Support lessons will be charged at £56 per lesson.

Charges for books, workshops, PSHE and trips will also be added to the fees, where relevant. Some Senior and Sixth Form courses will incur a charge to cover materials. Private music lessons are arranged directly between parents and visiting music teachers. 

Registration Fee and Deposit

A non-refundable registration fee of £200 (£300 for overseas applications) will be charged to cover the basic cost of interviews and administering the entrance examinations.

When the offer of a firm place is accepted, a deposit of £2,000 is payable. This is refunded when the pupil leaves the School on one term's notice.

Fees are due by the first day of each term. A full term's notice in writing is required to withdraw a pupil. Lesser notice entails the payment of the term fees in full. The School reserves the right to apply increases from time to time.