|Acceptance Deposit (£500 repayable on final account)||£800|
Fees Per Term
|Individual Music Lessons (10 periods of either 30/40 minutes)||£235/£310|
|Instrument Hire (per term)||£25|
|Individual Dance or Speech and Drama Lessons|
10 periods of either 30/40/60 minutes (pro rata for more than one pupil)
|Golf – annual membership of the Links (tuition and green fees additional) ||£60|
|Rowing (a termly charge including mandatory ARA registration and insurance)||£80|
|Sailing (per term)||£100|
Extra Curricular – One-Off Charges
|Combined Cadet Force or its equivalent activity (in Fourth Form)||£75
|Duke of Edinburgh Award (walking) – Gold/Silver ||£520/£150|
|Duke of Edinburgh Award (canoeing) – Gold||£620|
Life membership of the St Edward’s School Society: for pupils who joined the School before September 2014, the total charge for membership is £120 (after August 2014: £384). For pupils in the Lower School, this is spread evenly over their first 12 terms; for pupils who join in the Sixth Form, it is spread evenly over six terms.
|From September 2018: weekend coach service from London (South Kensington) (per journey, per pupil)||£15|
|From September 2018: weekend coach service from Beaconsfield (per journey, per pupil)||£10|
|JCR subscriptions (per term, for Sixth Form pupils only) ||£10|
|House subscriptions (per term)||£20|
|International compliance fee (per term, for holders of non-EU passports)||£67|
|AXA PPP Medical Insurance Schools Scheme (per term)||£75|
|Marsh Pupils’ Personal Effects Insurance Scheme||£14.56|
|Absence from School Refunds Scheme (only available on joining the School)||1% of fees per term|
The School tries to keep extras to a minimum. However, there are occasions when it is fairer to all for us to charge the cost of specific activities to the account of the relevant pupils. Examples of these are the costs for external examinations, additional language tuition, the materials for pupils who design their own art and DT projects, and the cost of books pupils keep. We also make specific re- charges for other items, including theatre trips, field trips, sports kit, taxis, stationery, newspapers, and activities organised through the House.
Trips which are a compulsory part of an academic course are usually included in the fees. From time to time, parents will receive information about optional trips. Every effort is made to keep the cost of these trips to the minimum.