TERMLY FEES (3 TERMS PER YEAR)
|Year||Day Fees||Boarding Fees||+ Additional 1:1 Academic Support (1 per week)||+ Additional Small Group Support (1 per week)**|
* Includes external exam support as necessary through GCSEs and A-Levels.
** Small Group Support such as SULP (Social Use of Language Programme) There is also a charge of £1,000 per term (1 session per week) if your child requires Speech and Language Therapy (SALT) or Occupational Therapy (OT).
Fees cover tuition and normal boarding provision. Extra charges will be raised for disbursements, individual musical instrument tuition, additional books and stationery, expeditions, trips, and some extra-curricular activities.
The Governors reserve the right to alter the fees, subject to a term’s notice, and from time to time alter charges and vary the provisions and stipulations contained in the prospectus, associated brochures, and website.
Fees are payable on or before the first day of term, together with any charges incurred during the previous term. Where accounts are overdue without good cause, an interest charge will be added and the Governors may at their discretion refuse admittance to any pupil whose fees remain unpaid at the start of term. Monthly payments are available via School Fees Plan, details of which is available from the Bursar.
There is a £150 registration fee. A Deposit of £1000 is payable to secure a place once an offer has been received from the School. The Deposit is held by the School and is accounted for at the end of the final term. The Deposit for families who live outside of the UK is £4,000.
Where two or more siblings are at the School at the same time, a 10% discount is offered on the basic fee (Day Fees and Boarding) of the youngest child. Discounts are also available for the children of Clergy, Service Personnel and Old Davideans. Discounts can also be offered to parents paying for a year or more in advance.
Scholarships & Bursaries
Scholarships may be offered to particularly talented children at their point of entry to the School. Please contact the Headmaster’s Secretary for details. Financial assistance may be given in some cases on completion of a means-tested Bursary Application Form, which is available from the Bursar.