Fees, Scholarships & Bursaries
- Registration Fee £75
- Acceptance Deposit £500
- Tuition Fees (per term) £4,779
- Lunches (per term) £215
- Music £255 for 10 lessons; £40 per term instrument hire
- LAMDA £255 for 10 lessons
- After School Care (1600-1800) £4.15 per hour
Payment of Fees
School fees are charged in three instalments due at the commencement of each term. Payment by termly direct debit is preferred but monthly payments are also possible via School Fee Plan. Click here to access our page on the School Fee Plan website.
Please note that the Governors reserve the right to alter the fees from time to time. The termly tuition fee includes all teaching materials and books. Lunches and after school care are charged separately. Music and LAMDA lessons are charged on a termly basis (based on 30 weeks' tuition over the year). The annual fees are charged in three instalments due at the commencement of each term. Payment by direct debit is preferred but monthly payments are also possible and details of both schemes are available from the Admissions team at the School or from the Foundation Office email@example.com
Scholarships and Bursaries
A scholarship or bursary could provide your child with the chance to have an excellent education and a wealth of opportunity, which could make an enormous difference to your child’s future.
What is the Difference?
Scholarships are available to reward excellence and talent. They are awarded on a merit basis and are determined by a student’s academic or other ability. Scholarships are generally up to the value of 20% of fees, based on the results of the entrance examination and other assessments.
All scholarships can be enhanced with a bursary of up to 100%, if applicants meet the financial criteria of the bursary and if the funds are available.
All our wonderful scholarship opportunities are available to download below.
Bursaries are awards offering free or discounted fees based on financial need. The Foundation Awards scheme offers the possibility of free or discounted places based on means testing. The bursaries are offered on a sliding scale, dependent upon parental income and subject to results of entrance examination and interview. They are awarded on a competitive basis and are limited to funds available. Each bursary is reassessed annually.
Within the bursaries available from the Foundation, are the CV34 Awards. These funds are specifically earmarked for children whose families live within the CV34 postcode and are sourced from the King Henry VIII Endowed Trust, Warwick.
Information about all Scholarships can be obtained from our Admissions team: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01926 735 461.