Fees and Fee Assistance

Fees and Charges 2016/17

(Applicable from 1st October 2016)

All School charges are payable in advance by the first day of term, unless there is an adequate monthly payment agreement active or a written arrangement is made otherwise with the school’s Finance Manager.

Absence through illness: Tuition Charges are not refunded in the event of absence through illness.

Notice to withdraw a pupil: at least half a term's notice is required in writing to the College of Teachers that a pupil is to be withdrawn. 50% of the following term's Tuition Charges will be payable where inadequate notice is given. Interest will be charged on amounts that are outstanding.

Application & Registration fees and Deposit:  A non-refundable registration fee of £250 per family is required to accept an offer of a place. This is payable before any child joins the school. Families with bursaries or scholarships may request a reduced registration fee.  A refundable deposit of £100 (Classes I – XII) is also payable.

Tuition Charges:






Annual Tuition Charge 

                     Autumn term 42%,

       Spring & Summer terms 29% each

     Monthly equivalent 

                Payable by standing order



Days per week: 

3    £ 2,700

4     £3,551

5     £4,326

£ 225.00



Class I

£ 6,270 £ 522.50

Class II

£ 6,552

£ 546.00

Class III

£ 6,722 £ 560.17

Class IV

£ 7,374 £ 614.50

Class V-VI

£ 8,060 £ 671.67

Class VII

£ 8,753 £ 729.42


£ 9,155 £ 762.92

Family reductions on Tuition Charges

There is a 15% reduction for the second child; 20% for a third child and 25% for subsequent children.


Kindergarten Funding for 3 and 4 year olds

Children of 3 and 4 years old may be eligible to receive Nursery funding from the Local Education Authority. Information will be provided on application.


Afternoon Activities charges ages 4-11 years:

Kindergarten afternoon care £10.50 per session

Class I to IV afternoon activities £5.50 per session


Rechargeable Extras

Charges for extra lessons, class trips, materials for extra projects, breakages other than fair wear and tear, school photographs, exam fees etc are invoiced separately at the end of term, and are due for payment within 7 days of issue of invoice.

Interest is chargeable on late payment of both Tuition and Extras Charges at 2% per month.

Charge for unpaid cheque: £25

Extra Tuition

Parents will be advised if a pupil requires extra tuition in English, Mathematics, or in additional French or German for pupils joining from Class V onwards.

The cost of £17.00 per timetabled lesson is shared between the number of children participating in the lesson, and invoiced as a Rechargeable Extra at the end of term. 

Special Educational Needs: Charge per lesson £17.00 discretionary. NB There is a maximum charge of £24.00 per week where a pupil requires two or more weekly lessons.


Accommodation is with school families, coordinated through the school by the Boarding Administrator. 

Refundable deposit from a UK based family: £100

Refundable Deposit from overseas based family: £250

Boarding Fees, details available on application, are payable in advance. Further details of financial arrangements for boarders are available from the Accounts Office.

Payment can be made via direct transfer through any commercial bank. Please ask for the school's bank details should you wish to make payment by this method.

Wynstones Fee Assistance and Scholarships

Here are details of our fee assistance scheme, and the application form for 2016/17. Click to download.

Fee Assistance Methodology

Wynstones Fee Assistance App Form 2016-2017

Our scholarship scheme addresses the situations of families currently unable to access Wynstones education even without fee assistance. Applicants should complete the form linked above and send it to Rose Palmer, Finance Manager, with a covering letter. A means-tested assessment will be made based on what families can afford, as with the fee assistance scheme. It differs in that more assistance can be offered depending on circumstances, with a minimum contribution of £2,650 per pupil per year. However, it should be noted that this level of funding is available to a limited number of pupils and is dependent on both existing Class sizes and available funds.