Fees and Assistance
Fees for the year 2020/21 are £12,930 per year, or £4,310 per term.
Our tuition fees cover teaching in the regular curriculum, use of school books and equipment, stationery (excluding items detailed on the equipment list) and other materials, public examination fees in the Senior School (except re-sits), but not extras, e.g. private music lessons.
School meals are optional in the Senior School but compulsory in the Junior School. School meals for Years 3 and 4 are included within the school fee.
Other expenses are normally restricted to uniform and voluntary school camps and trips.
We are proud of our commitment to maintaining the widest possible socio-economic background of our pupils. As a result, bursary funding is offered to successful applicants on a means-tested basis and on the basis of academic merit.
209 pupils currently receive full or partial bursaries. Bursary places are available for boys joining Years 3 and 4, Year 7 and the Sixth Form, with the majority of funding being offered for entry in Year 7. The School's ability to offer bursaries depends upon the level of funding available.
Fee assistance is based on the total gross income of the household in which the pupil lives and will be on a sliding scale such that parents in receipt of assessable income in excess of £53,500 will receive no assistance for the 2020/21 academic year, whilst those with income of £29,500 or below will receive full remission of fees.
Family incomes are reviewed annually and the value of the bursary is adjusted accordingly.
If you wish to apply for financial assistance, you must do so when making an Application for Entry. We do not offer academic scholarships.