School Fees


Year Group2019-2020
Reception - Year 2£3,755 per term
Year 3 - Year 8£4,890 per term
Year 9 - Year 11£5,195 per term
Registration Fee (non-refundable)£100
Acceptance Deposit payable for pupils Reception to Year 8£500
Acceptance Deposit payable for Years 9-11 £1500
Please note that for Pupils progressing from Year 8 to Year 9 within the School, the Parents are required to pay the balance of the Year 9 to 11 Acceptance Deposit (£1,000). £500 of the Acceptance Deposit will be credited against the first Term’s fees in Year 9 and the remaining £1,000 Acceptance Deposit will be retained by the School in accordance with the School's Terms and Conditions.
Included in fees: Stationery, books, lunches, clubs, excluding those listed below, minibus travel to matches and local trips.
Excluded: Trips, Study Centre lessons /Learning Support, music lessons, milk, morning and afternoon minibus service, breakfast and late clubs and some other clubs - judo, chess, fencing, cooking, Lego.

Additional Expenses

2019 – 2020Additional Expenses
Music Lessons£19.50 per 30 minute lesson (one term's notice required please)
Dyslexia/Maths tuition£32 for one 35 min lesson per week
£30 each for two 35 min lessons per week
Speech & Language Therapy£40 for 35 mins (single) / £35 for 35 mins (group)
Occupational Therapy£42 for 35 mins session
KHA Membership£8 per family per annum
Minibus£145 per term morning run
Breakfast Club£3-6 per session 7.30am-8.30am
Late Club£5-8 per session 5.00pm-6.00pm

Additional Expenses

Activities and trips are organised by various members of staff and charges are made accordingly to the activity. Items such as the minibus, activities and trips are invoiced termly, in arrears.

Fees Reduction for Siblings

There is currently a 5% discount of the basic fees for the second or third child in situations where a family has more than one child at the School at any one time.

Payment of Fees

Each termly invoice must be paid in full on or before the first day of term.  The School reserves the right to refuse to allow a pupil to attend, and to withhold any references, while fees remain unpaid.

A full term’s notice in writing is required before the withdrawal of a pupil or the change of status, otherwise a full term’s fees will be payable.  If a pupil is withdrawn from the School without such notice, or if for any reason a pupil leaves the School or is required by the School to leave during the course of the term, no fees are returnable. A term’s fees will also be payable where a parent fails to provide the required notice of withdrawal, after acceptance of a place.  Cases of serious illness or genuine hardship may receive special consideration on written request.

School Fees Refund Scheme

The School Fees Refund Scheme provides insurance cover for a remission of fees for pupils’ absence through illness or injury. Fees will be refunded for each period of absence from the School of more than five consecutive days. Only pupils who attend school for five consecutive days/mornings may join this scheme. If for any reason the cover is no longer required, you may cease participation in the scheme, at any time, by advising the school. Details can be obtained from the Bursar.

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Kingswood House School – Existing Pupil Information
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Early Years Funding

The parents of each child entitled to receive funding from the government for four year olds, which is called the Nursery Education Grant, will be asked to complete Surrey County Council’s application form and provide the School with proof of the child’s date of birth – usually a birth certificate or, if not available, a passport. The Early Education free entitlement at Kingswood House School is offered within a package of integrated early learning and care.

Children are entitled to receive 15 hours of free Early Years Education a week for 38 weeks of the year. However, where Kingswood House School may not be open for the full 38 week provision in a year, the funding is pro rata for the length of each term, and the number of sessions offered. Kingswood House School makes the claim on the parents’ behalf each term for the entitlement to Early Education provision.