Fees Per Term from September 2019
Early Years Foundation Stage
|Reception||£3515 per term|
|Nursery (mornings only)||£1682 per term|
|Additional afternoons||£280 per afternoon per term|
Key Stage 1 Pupils
|Year 1 and 2||£3650 per term|
Key Stage 2 Pupils
|Years 3,4,5 and 6||£3940 per term|
These basic school fees include all termly outings and in-school provision, excluding overseas and overnight trips within the UK. A 10% sibling discount is applicable to the older child when a younger sibling joins the school.
Additional Hot Lunches charged at £250 per term.
LAMDA and peripatetic music lessons attract an additional cost.
A range of clubs is available. Some incur a charge and some are free of charge.
After School Care
|Late Care:||3.30 – 5.30 pm : £12.00|
KS1 (Years 1&2)
|Late Care:||3.30 – 4.30 pm : £6.00|
|4.30 – 5.30 pm : £6.00|
KS2 (Years 3-6)
|Late Care Only:||4.30 – 5.30 pm : £6.00|
Late pick-up charges (after 5.30pm) – £10 per 15-minutes or part thereof
There are three Terms in a School Year: – Autumn (September – December), Spring (January – March), Summer (April – July)
A full term’s notice, in writing, must be given before the withdrawal of a child from the School. Failing this action, an additional term’s fees will be required.
All fees are payable either by 9 equal instalments, or termly, in advance and cannot be refunded, in full or in part.
We accept Employment Vouchers for EYFS up to the term they turn 5. After age 5, vouchers are accepted for morning care and after school care and clubs.
From September 2018, school lunches will be a compulsory part of the school day. We have sourced an excellent company that caters for all needs: religious and allergy-based. The Pantry carefully calcuates the nutritional quality of its menus and submits them to the appropriate government department to be checked for balance and conformity with the needs of children. The cost will be £3.50 per day per child, which is equivalent to an average of £170 per term. When children go on school outings, The Pantry will provide a packed lunch. Each week, parents will be able to make choices about the food their children eat from The Pantry website.
Early Education Funding Policy
Westbury House School participates in the government Early Education Funding. This entitles all children aged 3-5 years to 15 hours of funded provision. Children become entitled to funding from the term following their 3rd birthday until the term during their 5th birthday.
Westbury House nursery is open Monday to Friday 8:25am to 12:00pm and children are expected to attend 5 mornings per week with the option of having additional afternoons and Reception is open Monday to Friday 8:25am to 3:30pm, both for 34 weeks of the year. Fees are chargeable for hours beyond the funded fifteen hours and for the provision of specialist teachers. The schools fee structure can be found on the school’s website. All activities are included within this fee structure except for hours outside of the normal model (for example early morning care).
Parents are invoiced termly in advance and the funding is deducted from the invoice before being issued. Parents are asked to complete the funding forms at the beginning of each term. If funding forms are not returned by the submission date, parents will not be eligible for funding for that term and will be required to pay full fees. Funding is claimed by and paid directly to Westbury House School. Further information on early years funding can be accessed via your local authority website.
If your child joins our school after the designated head count week of each term your child will not be eligible for funding until the following term. In this case you will be charged for the full terms fees.