Tuition Fees per term for 2020-2021
|Autumn 2020||Spring and Summer 2021|
|Nursery (part time)||£2,000 per term||£2,060 per term|
|Nursery (full time)||£3,260 per term||£3,360 per term|
|Reception to Year 2||£3,785 per term||£3,900 per term|
|Year 3 to Year 6||£4,050 per term||£4,175 per term|
|Year 7 to Year 11||£5,420 per term||£5,585 per term|
The School accepts the Government 15 hours Early Years funding as part payment towards fees and will administer this on behalf of parents. The School also accepts a variety of employers’ electronic child care vouchers.
Upon the offer of a place, parents need to accept the offer in writing enclosing their deposit of £500 (Nursery entry), £750 (Reception – Year 6 entry) or £1,000 (Senior School entry). This deposit will be returned at the end of their daughter’s career at PGHS subject to full and final settlement of the final account.
The tuition fees include all the costs incurred in the usual course of the education by the School, including the provision of any necessary educational materials (with the exception of text books/work books issued for personal use). Supplemental charges may be charged in addition to the tuition fees e.g. any educational visits, optional extra-curricular activities, and these charges are notified and agreed in advance. Additional charges incurred by the School in providing for the individual educational needs of a child may also be charged as supplemental to the fees where it is lawful to do so.
No reductions can be made in the event of absence from school through illness. All children are insured against personal accident and details are available from the Bursar.
Fees are reviewed annually and are subject to increase from time to time. Fees can be paid by direct debit on a periodic basis, details of which can be obtained from the Bursar. Notice of intention to remove a pupil must be given in writing one full term in advance, otherwise payment for the next term will be required. This notice must reach the School on or before the first day of the preceding term and will be validated by written acknowledgement from the School.
Academic Scholarships, Music Awards and means-tested Bursaries are available at 11+ as well as other internal awards related to progress within the School.
INSTRUMENTAL and MUSIC THEORY LESSONS
(billed separately by visiting teachers)
Fees for the optional subjects are in addition to School fees and are billed separately by the teachers concerned. Notice of discontinuation of any optional subject must be given in writing one term in advance, otherwise payment for the next term will be required.
Per term (10 lessons) £210 for 30 minutes for the following instruments:
|Violin||Flute (and Piccolo)|
|Viola||Clarinet (and Bass Clarinet)|