Fees

 

Senior School tuition fees for the academic year 2014 - 2015 are £3,508 per term.

The Junior Girls' and Junior Boys' Schools' fees are £2,623 per term.

The Infant School's fees are £2,596 per term

There is a sibling discount of 10% for the 2nd and 3rd child then 20% for the 4th child and each child after that.

Fees are payable in advance by the start of term. Fees paid by Direct Debit are payable in 9 monthly instalments or termly via 3 monthly instalments. Details are available from the Bursar's Office.

Fees have to be paid before the first day of each term, unless paid by monthly direct debit. If current parents already have a child at the School and are not currently paying by direct debit, but would like to in the future, they are advised to contact the Bursar's Office so that they can provide the details. Parents of children starting in September will be sent details under separate cover.

School Assisted Place Scheme

Each year the Governors provide a limited number of Assisted Places at the Senior Schools to parents who could not otherwise afford full fees and whose children do exceptionally well in the 11+ Entrance Examination.  All applications for Assisted Places are subject to an in-depth financial assessment, which will include a compulsory home visit.  The Schools utilise the services of an independent company called Bursary Administration Limited who carry out this assessment on their behalf. For more information please contact Mrs Saffer for the Boys’ School 0151 949 9333 or Mrs Barrington for the Girls’ School 0151 932 2414.

School dinners

The Senior Schools and Junior Boys' charge is currently set at £174 per term for a 5 day week and is itemised separately on the fee statement.

Stanfield School charges £152 per term for a 5 day week.

A charge for half a term's dinner fees will be available to those pupils in Year 11 and Upper Sixth forms, sitting external examinations in the Summer term. The charge for those in the Lower Sixth will be three quarters for the Summer term.

Accepting a place

When a place is accepted, a deposit of £300 is payable. This is deducted from the first term's tuition fees.