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Fees

School Fees are set at an annual rate, split into three equal termly payments due in advance of the first day of term.

Lower School 1st and 2nd Form

  • Day £4,995 per term (plus flexible boarding option £45 for 1-3 nights a week)
  • Boarding £9,875 per term

3rd to 5th Form

  • Day £6,245 per term (plus flexible boarding option £45 for 1-3 nights a week for 3rd Form)
  • Boarding £9,875 per term

Pre Sixth Form and Sixth Form

  • Day £6,650 per term
  • Boarding £10,260 per term

 

Registration, deposit and acceptance fees

  • Registration Fee £150
  • Deposit £500
  • Acceptance fee £300
  • Overseas Deposit one term’s fees

New pupil registration fee

The initial application to register a pupil must be accompanied by a non-refundable payment of £150.

Deposit & acceptance fee

On acceptance of the offer of a place, parents are required to pay £800. This includes an initial deposit of £500 which is refunded following the final departure of the pupil from School, once all debts are settled. The remaining £300 (reduced pro rata for successful Bursary applicants) covers the administrative costs of entry to the School and is non-refundable.

Overseas deposit

Parents who are not resident or who do not own property in the UK or EU must pay a deposit of one term’s fees. The deposit is payable on acceptance of a place at the School. If acceptance is for September entry and is prior to 1 April, an interim 50% will be accepted with the balance due on 31 March. Deposits are refunded following the final departure of the pupil from School, once all debts have been paid.

King Edward’s offers a flexible day for day pupils which includes lunch and the option to take all meals at School without additional charge.

 

Overnight charges for day pupils

No. of nights per annum

Cost per night at school

Up to 12

£30

 

13-24

£58

 

25 +

£89

 

Charges include the evening meal and breakfast.

Other charges

School fees at King Edward’s currently include the provision of the main school uniform for all pupils in the Lower School and 3rd to 5th Forms. Details of additional equipment and clothing that pupils will require are published annually in the Parents’ and House Guides provided to new pupils prior to joining the School.

The majority of school activities are included in the fees. Details of other activities, extra tuition, music and drama lessons, emergency accommodation, medical treatment, travel expenses and other charges are detailed in the Fee Scale document below. This is published in April each year, applicable for the following academic year.