FEES

Fees for the academic year 2024/25 are as follows:

DAY FEES (per term)

Kindergarten (mornings including lunch)Michaelmas Term £3,080 unfunded
Michaelmas Term £2,048 with funding*
Lent Term £2,633 unfunded
Lent Term £1,751 with funding*
Trinity Term £2,534 unfunded
Trinity Term £1,685 with funding*
Kindergarten (all day) and ReceptionMichaelmas Term £4,991 unfunded
Michaelmas Term £3,958 with funding*
Lent Term £4,266 unfunded
Lent Term £3,384 with funding*
Trinity Term £4,105 unfunded
Trinity Term £3,256 with funding*
Year 1£4,822 per term
Year 2£4,984 per term
Year 3 and 4£6,489 per term
Year 5-8£7,270 per term

* Kindergarten and Reception fees for students eligible for 15 free hours funding may be subject to change when the funding rates are confirmed.

Fees are inclusive of lunch and snacks for day students. No additional charges are made for textbooks or standard classroom stationery.

From Year 3, fees include a range of optional after school activities which take place up until 5.45pm each day (4.55pm on Wednesdays). Alternative after school activities are also available at an additional charge.

Day trips and visits undertaken as part of the school curriculum are included in fees. This will not include residential trips and certain optional excursions. Parents will be notified in advance of all trips and any costs not included in the fees, which will be itemised separately on the termly invoices.

 

BOARDING FEES (per term)

Weekly boarding£9,026
Flexi boarding (Y4-8)£55 per night
ChoristersTotal fee£9,348
Of which, parents' contribution£4,674
Dean and Canons grant£4,674

Fees are inclusive of all meals for boarding students and no additional charges are made for boarders’ laundry.

After School Care (Kindergarten)

Collect at 4pm£4 per session
Collect at 5pm£16 per session

After School Care (Reception to Year 2)

3.30pm – 4.00pm£4 per session
3.30pm - 5.00pm£8 per session
3.30pm - 5.45pm£12 per session
Late pick-up charge£25

Breakfast and Supper Club

Breakfast is available at 7.30am to students from Reception to Year 8, Monday to Friday, for a charge of £4 per day (£16 per week).

Supper Club is available to students from Years 3 – 8 and runs from 5.50pm – 6.15pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at a daily charge of £5.

St George’s School Association

St George’s has a strong and active old student’s club. All children are given the opportunity of Life Membership. The subscription of £108 is charged in instalments of £6 on each termly account from Year 3 onwards. For children who leave at or after Year 6, a balancing charge is made on the final account.

Fee Settlement

Fees are invoiced in advance of each term and are payable in full on or by the first day of each term by bank transfer or cheque.

If you are paying from overseas, you can pay your fees via bank transfer or international card in your local currency via the Barclays-Transfermate payment solution. You will need your student number which can be found on the school’s termly invoice. To use this service, click here.

Childcare vouchers may be used to settle selected eligible charges. Please refer to the Childcare Voucher Information.

Overdue accounts will attract an interest charge in accordance with the standard school terms and conditions. The School may not re-admit into the school any child for whom the previous term’s fees are unsettled.

Please note we do not take part in the 15 hours a week free education and childcare scheme.

New students

A £75 non-refundable registration fee is required when registering your child on the waiting list for a place at the School.
Where a place is formally offered, a £750 deposit is required to secure that place. This deposit is refunded on the final invoice, less any outstanding extras, after the student has left the School.

Discounts and Financial Assistance

A sibling discount of 7.5% is given for the third and subsequent children in each family while three or more children are students at St George’s School.

A boarding and fees grant is provided with a choristership. Choristers are not eligible for further, non-means- tested discounts.

Where a student is potentially eligible for more than one discount, only the discount with the highest % reduction will be applied to fees.

Further assistance for any student may be available in the form of means-tested bursaries. These must be applied for in accordance with the Bursary and Financial Assistance Policy. Parents who require financial assistance are encouraged to discuss this with the School at the earliest opportunity.

For any queries in relation to fees, discounts and bursaries please contact the Business Director on 01753 836548 or email [email protected]

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Accident Insurance Scheme

All students at St George’s School are automatically covered under the school’s student accident insurance policy. The key facts of this policy are provided here:

Download the Insurance Product Information Document

Health Insurance

This optional cover is available to all students, subject to approval by the provider AXA PPP Healthcare. The cost of this cover is added to termly invoices. Details of the scheme including how to apply are provided here:

Download the AXA Health Pupils’ Healthcare Scheme Overview

Download the AXA Health Pupils’ Healthcare Scheme Product Information Document

Download the AXA Health Pupils’ Healthcare Scheme Pupil Notice

Childcare Voucher Information

St George’s School is able to accept childcare vouchers as payment for eligible ‘childcare’. Please click here for further information.

Bursary & Financial Assistance Policy

Parents who wish to apply for a bursary are asked by the School to complete a Confidential Statement of Financial Circumstances form. Please click here to read the school policy.