Junior and Senior School 2019 - 2020
Registration Fee (non-returnable)
- candidates resident in Great Britain £150
- candidates resident overseas £300
Any additional costs incurred with testing overseas will be the responsibility of the candidate.
If your son is in receipt of the Pupil Premium, there is no need to pay the registration fee. Simply complete the Registration form and return it to the Registrar with the required documentation as well as a signed letter from your son’s school confirming his status as being in receipt of the Pupil Premium.
Day Fees (per term)
- Junior and Senior Schools £7,082
For boys up to and including Year 8 these fees also include the cost of lunch, which is compulsory.
The cost of entry for public examinations, and lunch for boys in the Middle and Upper School, is not included.
Boarding Fees (per term)
- Weekly boarding £13,859
- Full boarding £14,782
The Governors reserve the right to review fee levels at any time.
A non-refundable deposit is payable on acceptance of a place at the College.
Day boys: A non-refundable deposit of £1,850 is payable which will be retained in full until the pupil leaves, when it will be refunded less any balance owing to the College.
Boarders: A non-refundable deposit of £3,700 is payable, which will be retained in full until the pupil leaves, when it will be refunded less any balance owing to the College. In addition, a full term's boarding fees is payable in advance which will be credited on the invoice for the first term's fees.
If the pupil is withdrawn after acceptance, deposits are not refundable.
Payment of Fees
Fees are payable by Direct Debit in full on the day before the first day of term. The College will also accept payment by certain Credit/Debit cards in full no later than the day before the first day of each term. There is a facility available through a third party credit provider regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, to enable fee payment by monthly direct debit.
Parents who are resident overseas and do not have a bank account in the UK may pay by bank transfer. In order to comply with regulatory requirements, the College does not accept payments in cash. The fee for a boy attending the College for any part of a term must be paid for the whole of that term. The withdrawal of a pupil requires one full term’s notice given in writing to the Master, or one full term’s fees in lieu.
The College reserves the right to suspend a pupil while fees remain unpaid, by giving the parents not less than 2 days’ written notice. If parents default on Direct Debit payments the full fee will be payable immediately. Parents who have paid fees late or whose fees are overdue may be asked to pay one term’s fees as an additional deposit. If necessary, the College will instruct solicitors to recover unpaid fees with interest and all costs incurred will be recoverable in full.
All pupils are included in a Personal Accident Insurance Scheme which offers cover for permanent disability resulting from an accident. This includes dental injury and emergency dental treatment. In addition, parents can opt-in to a Pupils’ Absence Insurance Scheme (at their own expense) to cover absence through personal illness or injury. Full details of both schemes will be supplied on entry or are available at any time from the Fees Administrator email@example.com.
Advance Payment of Fees Scheme
The College runs its own scheme for advance payment of school fees. Under this arrangement parents are able to pay a lump sum in advance to purchase credits against future school fees, and receive a discount on the amount of credits purchased. Such sums can be paid prior to entry (once a boy has been offered a place),on entry, or at any time during a boy’s career at the College.
Further details of the scheme are
Mr Nigel Prout
Director of Finance
London SE21 7LD
020 8299 9300
020 8299 9301/2