Payment of Fees:
- All fees and monies due from parents and guardians of pupils are due on or before the first day of the relevant term.
- Payment of fees is only by Direct Debit, either on a termly basis (paid on the first day of each term), or by 10 equal monthly payments from September to June, on the 1st of the month. Please note that we cannot accept payment for fees in cash.
- Failure to pay by the due date, unless other arrangements to pay have been formally agreed, will result in the application of an interest charge of 2% per month for the outstanding balance. Failure to make payment within 28 days of the due date will result in the matter being referred to the School’s Debt Collection Agents, whose charge will be added to and payable with the invoice debt. At this point the School reserves the right to exclude the pupil(s) until all fees are paid.
Notice of leaving the School:
A full term’s notice in writing (or a term’s fees in lieu) must be given by parents or guardians before a pupil is withdrawn. This notice should be received by the Headmaster on or before the first day of the new term. In the absence of due notice in writing, parents are liable for the full fee for the following term, this is a contractual obligation.
Governors traditionally review fees once a year and will endeavour to give at least one term’s notice of any rise of fees; however, they reserve the right to impose a surcharge at any time in the event of a sudden and unforeseeable rise in School running costs.
Fees Refund Scheme:
The School offers a Fees Refund Scheme, which is for loss of fees through sickness, and is charged at 1.5% of fees and is offered on an ‘Opt In’ basis (this is applicable to full time pupils only).