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|Year||Termly Fee (inclusive of all curriculum trips)|
|Years 1 & 2||£4,500|
|Years 3 & 4||£5,450|
|Years 7 & 8||£5,925|
Please note that the termly fee includes all curriculum trips, both day and residential. Annual residential trips take place in Year 4 to Year 8.
From Reception to Year 2, the fees include all pre-booked Stay and Play sessions from the end of the school day until 16:30. From Year 3 to 8, the fees also include all pre-booked Prep and Late Stay sessions from the end of the school day to 18:00, including tea and snacks.
£125 payable on registration and non-refundable.
We ask for 50% of the joining term’s fees on acceptance of the offer of a place, with 50% of the deposit to be deducted from payment of the second term’s fees. Please see section 3.3 of the School’s Terms and Conditions.
We produce the fees invoices at the end of each term, and they are generally sent out in the last week of the term by email, unless special circumstances necessitate the need for a paper copy.
The invoice is separated into two parts:
The School Fee Plan enables parents to spread the cost of school fees rather than paying a lump sum each term. For further information please click here.
This is made on a voluntary basis. The Beacon Bursary Fund is a charity set up and run independently of the School by three external trustees, with annually audited accounts.
Its purpose is to provide funding for the education of pupils of The Beacon whose parents run into financial difficulties, and may otherwise have to withdraw their son from School at a time that might be detrimental to his educational progress. The fund derives its income from parental donations, gift aid and investment income. The contribution rate (which in 2019/20 is £28 a term) is reviewed annually by the trustees of the fund.
The contribution will automatically appear on your fee bill. If you do not wish to contribute to this fund, please exclude it from your payment and we will credit your account. It should not then appear on your future bills.
All pupils are automatically part of this scheme – there is no extra charge. It provides payment for permanent disabilities or death resulting from an accident, and covers all activities, both in and outside School.
Please click here for further details.
Parents wishing to pay fees for several years in advance may do so via our Advance Payment of Fees scheme.
Under this scheme, developed in conjunction with specialist education lawyers Veale Wasbrough, school fees may be paid for several years in advance in return for a discount. Should you wish to find out more, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will send you the scheme information/application pack.
This is an insurance scheme whereby a contribution towards your son’s school fees will be paid (up to and including university) in the event of a parent becoming critically ill or dying. Please click here for more information.