The Charitable Trust which runs the College has a policy of keeping the parents' commitment as low as possible, consistent with the education policy of the College.
(a) The cost of staff salaries and all other costs of running the College are paid by the TERMLY FEES payable in advance for each child starting at the College.
As from 1st September 2013 these will be as follows:
- Senior School £ 3625.00 per term
- Junior Department £ 2480.00 per term
- Infant Department £ 2480.00 per term
These are increased in September of each year, but in any case a full term's notice of any increase will be given. A full term's notice of withdrawal of your child from the College is required. In default, a full term's fees are payable in lieu of notice.
School Fee Plan
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(b) Some books required by 'A' level and some GCSE pupils are charged as provided.
(c) There is a voluntary 5 or 7-year Deed of Covenant Scheme to pay for College Buildings and Equipment and new developments, which we encourage all parents to pay. The annual amount requested is £200 which after Gift Aid tax recovery is worth £250 to the Trust. The Covenant is payable by Bankers' Order and donors are asked to sign a Gift Aid declaration to evaluate the tax recovery. Alternatively a non-refundable lump sum of £1,200 may be paid in advance as Gift Aid to cover the full period.
d) An Accident Insurance Scheme is provided and is payable for every pupil at the College. Cost per term is: £3.75
(e) No claim can be made for absence from College through illness, but an INSURANCE SCHEME is available for parents wishing to insure themselves against loss of tuition fees. This is the School Fees Protection Scheme; cost is 1.5% of current fees applicable throughout all age groups.
(f) Additional optional charges are made termly if requested, for individual Music tuition, at £11.75 per half hour - average number of lessons 10 per term: £117.50. Buses operate to and from Chester, Hawarden, Helsby/Frodsham, Nantwich, Tarporley, Whitchurch and Wrexham (details on application). At least half a term's notice must be given, in writing, for withdrawal from an activity charged as supplemental or from using the College buses.
g) The Trust also makes available a voluntary BUPA SCHEME for College children at an attractive price, currently per term: £65.00
(h) Parents should also take into account the cost of providing the College uniform.
(i) A 5% discount on Termly Fees is made available for the second and subsequent child of any family attending the College.
(j) The College has a Bursary Scheme which provides financial support to parents of children at the Senior School who might not be financially able to send their children to the College. Applications should be made in writing to the Bursar.