TERMLY TUITION FEES FROM SEPTEMBER 2023
THREE TERMS PER SCHOOL YEAR
|FEES (Per Term)|
|Early Years – Nursery Full time||£2,790|
|Early Years – Nursery Part Time||£69 per day /£45.00 per half day|
|Early Years – Reception||£2,890|
|Key Stage 1 – Upper Infants (Years 1 & 2)||£2,970|
|Key Stage 2 – Lower Junior (Years 3 & 4)||£3,140|
|Key Stage 2 – Upper Junior (Years 5 & 6)||£3,210|
Payment is due three times a year. A termly school dinner charge is included in the fees.
Examination fees for vocational and academic subjects are not included.
G.C.S.E. examination fees are divided over three termly bills, starting in Year 10 so that all fees are paid before the examination session starts. GCSE Charge £504 divided over three terms
Should a reader, scribe or invigilator be required, additional fees may apply.
Any outstanding fee of any sort would mean that a pupil is not eligible to take the examinations.
Per half hour, payable termly £18.00
BEFORE and After school SUPERVISION
Per hour £11.00 (min 1 hour per month)
MUSICAL THEATRE COURSE From 16 years
First Year £2,000.00
Text books, stationery etc., must be provided by the student.
Examination fees are not included.
One full term’s written notice must be tendered for withdrawal of a pupil from Pattison and Private Tuition or the fees have to be paid in lieu of notice. On receipt of notice the school will issue an official receipt.
All fees must be paid before commencement of term. A surcharge of £100 will be levied on all fees not paid by the due date with no exceptions.
Fees are based on the number of weeks in the school year as each term varies in length and may not be refunded if a pupil leaves or is absent from part of the course for any reason.
A non-refundable deposit of £500 is required on acceptance of a place, £350.00 of which will be retained and refunded upon leaving school. A payment in advance Standing Order facility is available – details on application.
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Fees are assessed and you are notified of any increase annually at Easter for the next academic year.