Fees

Find out the fees per term at Prospect House from September 2024, and what deposit you need to pay once your child joins our school.

Tuition fees for academic year 2024-25

Year Group Termly Fees
Nursery (five morning each week) £3,595
                1 afternoon a week £719
                2 afternoons a week £1,438
                3 afternoons a week £2,157
                4 afternoons a week £2,876
                5 afternoons a week £3,595
                Occasional afternoon £70
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 £7,195
Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 £7,895

 

Fees are inclusive of a hot lunch prepared on the premises (except for those children in the Nursery who attend for mornings only).

Termly payment is payable on or before the first day of term. There is a Sibling Discount Scheme available for families with more than two children enrolled at Prospect House School, please contact the Admissions Office for details.

A deposit of £3,000 is payable upon entry to the school. £1,000 is credited against the first term’s fees invoice and £2,000 is kept as a long-term deposit to be returned when the child leaves the school, subject to the school having received payment of all sums due to it.

Prospect House School also offers bursaries for 7+ and 8+ entry via the Prospect House School Educational Trust. You can find more information about this here.

 

Additional charges 

Before and after-school clubs  from £90 per term

Morning wraparound care for all years  £4 per day  (7.40am arrival)

Afternoon wraparound care for Nursery – Year 2  £12 per day  (4.30 – 6.00pm)

Afternoon wraparound care for Years 3 – 6  £8 per day  (5.00 – 6.00pm)

Music individual lessons  £tbc  (ten lessons per term, each of 30 minutes)
Available in piano, violin (including Suzuki), viola, cello, guitar, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium

1:1 learning support tuition  from £45  (per 35-minute lesson)

 

Government schemes to help reduce fees

Local authority grant for younger children
If your child is under 5 on 1 September, 1 January or 1 April, for the term beginning in that month you may choose to take advantage of a Local Authority Grant (otherwise known as the Early Education Childcare Place funding or Nursery Education Grant) paid by the local authority to the school. This is attributed to a statutory maximum of 15 hours’ early years education per week. To cover contracted hours in excess of this statutory maximum, parents in receipt of the grant pay the difference between the amount of the grant and the school fees stated above. The grant will be approximately £1026.60 for the Autumn Term 2023. As a service for parents we intend to continue to participate in this scheme for as long as possible, but this is not guaranteed: the regulatory complexity and administrative burden for the school has recently increased and may become too onerous.

Childcare vouchers and tax-free childcare
The school accepts most companies’ childcare vouchers. It also accepts payments under the government’s tax- free childcare scheme introduced from September 2017.

 

Fees

Our fees per term at Prospect House.