We know that an independent education constitutes a significant financial investment in a child’s future, and so we suggest ways to help support parents:
- In reception, many children are eligible for Early Years Funding, which can help reduce the first year’s school fees and some may be entitled to up to 30 hours of free funding which can contribute to any bursary award granted
- We provide a facility for parents to spread the cost of school fees across the year
- We offer a 5 per cent sibling discount to second and subsequent children attending the school in the same period
- Scholarships for academic, sporting and musical excellence are available to gifted and talented prep children which can offer a substantial reduction on school fees
- Parents and guardians can obtain tax free childcare vouchers, which can be used towards boarding, activities and wraparound care
- Grandparents who qualify under HMRC rules could contribute up to £3,000 per year, tax-free for each child, maximising the potential of wider family support
- We offer a number of means tested assisted awards (bursaries), dependent upon household income. As a broad guide, household income of £25,000 or less is likely to qualify for a high level of assistance, while families with an income of up to £50,000 may be offered financial support on a sliding scale
Parents and fee payers will be able to choose how they would like to settle their children’s school fees:
1) Pay the annual school fees for all three terms in advance on 1 September and receive a 2% discount.
2) Pay each term school fees in full prior to the start of each term.
3) Pay monthly for the annual school fees.
If you have any questions, please contact the School Business Manager
Mark Richards, FInstLM MBIFM MIH
School Business Manager & Clerk to the Governors
01485 532809 Ext. 2
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