Admissions & fees

We know how daunting it can be for new children (and their parents!) to join a new school, so we take care to ensure families are well supported when they join the community.

Admissions Process

Words and pictures are no substitute for meeting the people and experiencing the feel of the school, so we encourage all prospective families to visit the school either at one of our Open Mornings or for a private tour.

If you are interested in applying for a place, you will need to complete a Registration Form and pay an administration fee.

You will, of course, need to know we are right for your family and we will need to be sure we are right for your child. Children are usually invited to join us for a series of ‘taster days’ before moving forwards with an application.

Fees

Fees for 2017-18 are £2,703 per child, per term.

Sibling discounts of 10% are available for a second child, 20% for a third or additional child in each family.

Children in the nursery are eligible for government Early Years funding.

More information about admissions, including registration fees and deposits are available here:

Registration, Deposit and Fees 2017-18
Admissions Policy

Extra costs

Parents will need to plan for the cost of trips and outings on top of fees each year. We always aim for value for money and suggest families budget for an additional £100 per year as a guide, although the cost may be more or less than this depending on the opportunities available.

Forest School activities (including Later Years Camp), cost an additional £100-£200 per student per year.

If your child needs additional learning support out of class there is likely to be an additional cost for this support. Please talk to us so we can understand your circumstances and discuss options.

Individual music tuition and After School Club fees are paid directly to the tutor.

Practical information for new parents can be found in our Parent Handbook.

“Everyone's point of view matters and is acknowledged. There is a sense of equality, community and inclusion and those values are passed to children in a natural way.”

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