Fees and Bursaries
Tuition Fees stated below include Personal Accident Insurance, dental cover, and the annual residential trip for pupils in Years 4-8. Tuition Fees also include individual learning support tuition where we consider it appropriate. Fees do not include lunch, optional outings and trips, individual music lessons or after school care.
Payment Arrangements: Tuition fees are payable by direct debit termly or monthly.
Due Date: The 1st of each month, commencing on 1st July prior to the beginning of the school year.
Late Payments: Late Payment Charge on Overdue Accounts are applicable in accordance with the Schools Terms and Conditions.
Queries: For any fee related queries please contact the Finance Department by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees for Academic Year 2023-2024
Tuition Fees (per term):
|Pre-School||Pre-Prep||Junior School||Middle / Upper School|
|Lunch includes morning snack (compulsory)||All year groups||£289.00|
|Registration Fee:||Assessment Fee:||Acceptance fee:|
|£100 (non-returnable)||£100 (non-returnable)||£1,800|
|Per 15 minute session||Pre-Prep:||Junior School, Middle School, Upper School:|
|£3.15||3.15pm to 6.00pm||3.45pm to 6.00pm|
Notes: £10 charge if not collected by 6.00pm.
|Light Breakfast served from 7:30am – 7:45am with supervision of pupils continuing until 8:10am.|
|£7.00 per day|
Instrumental & Singing Tuition
|Per Term||Instrument Hire Charge|
|£290 (10 half hour lessons)||£55 per term|
Old Durstonian Association
Notes: Subscription to the Old Durstonian Association payable by ALL pupils in Years 5 to 8 within the Autumn Term bill.
Durston House actively seeks to broaden access to the education it provides by offering financial support to pupils who might otherwise be precluded from joining the school.
The school is committed to the provision of bursaries (means-tested financial support), which may be awarded in the form of discount for up to 100% of the tuition fees payable, dependent on the financial circumstances of the applicants, and to assist with other chargeable activities for those awarded 100% bursaries.
Bursaries are offered to pupils who seek to join the school in Years 3-7. A bursary is considered after a prospective pupil has been assessed and deemed suited, academically and emotionally, to the expectations of Durston House. His parents complete the Bursary Application Form, which is then evaluated by the school to see whether any form of bursary can be offered.
Information about the provision of bursaries, and the procedure for applying, can be obtained from the Registrar.