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KING HENRY VIII PREP SCHOOL Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries
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There is a registration fee of £50 for each application, plus an acceptance deposit of £150 will be requested at the time of a place being offered, and this will be refunded after the end of the pupils final term at the School, less any costs outstanding. If the place is not taken up, the deposit is not refunded.
Nursery Fees (2021-2022)
|Nursery 3 Full Days||£1,686 per term (including lunch)|
|Nursery 4 Full Days||£2,248 per term (including lunch)|
|Nursery 5 Full Days||£2,810 per term (including lunch)|
|Pre-Prep: Reception (4+), Year 1 (5+) and Year 2 (6+)||£2,810 per term (including lunch)|
Fees at Swallows are inclusive of classroom textbooks, exercise books and meals
|Prep Year 3 (7+), Year 4 (8+), Year 5 (9+) and Year 6 (10+)||£3,265 per term|
|Lunches||£2 per day (approximately)|
Fees at Hales are inclusive of classroom textbooks and exercise books
BEFORE SCHOOL CARE
Nursery – Year 1
|Breakfast from 7.45am until 8.30am||Approximately £1.75 daily Breakfast is available for an extra £1|
At Swallows and Hales, each 30min block is £2.00 per session.
|3.30pm – 4.00pm||Free of charge|
|4.00pm – 4.30pm||£2.00|
|4.30pm – 5.00pm||£2.00|
|5.00pm – 5.30pm||£2.00|
|5.30pm – 6pm||£2.00|
£10 for every 10 minutes, or part of, beyond 6pm
Using the School Fee Plan Direct Debit Scheme all fees are paid by the first day of each term in accordance with the Parent Contract terms and conditions.
School Fee Plan allows you to spread the cost of each academic years’ fees over 10 months, commencing August and finishing in May. There is no charge, 0% for using this facility. The cost is met by the Foundation. Please use the link below:
Private instrumental lessons are available and the fees for these are by arrangement with and payable directly to the individual music teacher. Most after school clubs and activities are led by school staff and are at no additional cost however external agencies are also used in order that we can offer the widest possible experience to our children. Clubs, where outside professional help is used, similarly to instrumental tuition, are chargeable by arrangement (e.g. Judo, Ballet, Speech and Drama).
Bursaries are based on a dual consideration of academic ability and financial need. A child must comfortably satisfy the School’s academic requirements in order to be considered. The Foundation offers means-tested awards annually to entrants at the main point of entry (Years 3, 7 and 12). Parents who would like to apply for a bursary should complete a Financial Assistance Form.
Financial Assistance forms can be obtained from our admissions team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further advice regarding when and how bursaries may be applied for can be obtained from the School Business Manager, Mrs Tracey Pascall – email@example.com
Scholarships are available at the age of 8. These are awarded at the discretion of the Head and staff. Scholarships may only be applied for if a child completes Year 3 at the School. Each scholarship represents a specific percentage reduction in school fees and these are awarded to the parents of high performing children. If a child is awarded a scholarship, the reduction in fees will start at the beginning of Year 4 and continue until the end of Year 6 (3 years). Scholarships cannot be transferred between Foundation schools.
Children are assessed for scholarships in the summer term of Year 3 (the final term) and they are based on specific assessments in a variety of subjects. Parents are advised of the date of scholarship assessments and invited to apply.
Academic awards are available for outstanding attainment, as are awards for the Arts and there are All-rounder awards for children who are very able in several areas of the curriculum: the academic, arts and sport.