Registration fee – £25
Retainer fee – £250 – Paid upon offer of a place and will be refunded when pupil leaves the school. It is non-returnable in the event of the place not being taken.
Annual fees are payable termly in advance or by direct debit in 10 monthly instalments.
|Nursery – 5 half days (including lunch)||£2,330||£6,990|
|Nursery – 5 full days (including lunch)||£3,643||£10,929|
|Reception to Year 6||£3,643||£10,929|
|Lunches (Reception to Year 6)||£260||£780|
Tuition fees include:
- Lessons in Drama, Modern Foreign Languages, Music, Outdoor Learning and PE from Nursery
- Approximately 40 extra curricular clubs and activities, of which the majority are free of charge
- A wide variety of day trips, visits and workshops
- Swimming lessons for Years 3-4
- Ballet lessons for Nursery and Reception
- Pupil personal accident insurance
Nursery places can be for any number of days and can be packaged to include wrap around care and holiday club. For a personalised quotation based on your requirements please contact us: 0113 275 2670 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre school care (including breakfast) – £5.00
After school care – No charge until 4pm
After school care (including snack) – £5.50 per half session (collect between 4pm – 5pm)
After school care (including light tea) – £11.00 per full session (collect between 5pm – 6pm)
Certain extracurricular activities – Such as peripatetic music lessons, specialist sports coaching and learning support will be subject to extra charges.
Second child – 5% discount
Third child – 10% discount
Fourth child – 10% discount
Sibling discounts remain with the child during their life at the school, regardless of when siblings leave.
Free Early Education Entitlement (FEEE)
All children attending Richmond House School in Nursery are eligible for the 15 hours Free Early Education Entitlement (‘FEEE’) government funding. We also participate in the 30 hours extended FEEE scheme, available to parents who meet the government eligibility criteria.
Richmond House has always sought to help remove the financial barriers that stand in the way of children joining our school. Through our bursary scheme we are keen that children are able to join us, irrespective of their parents’ ability to pay.
Bursary awards are intended for lower income families and are available to help those who would not normally be able to afford the full fees.
All bursaries are means-tested. The level of bursary awarded depends upon the degree of assistance required. This is assessed upon a declaration of income and assets and will be reassessed annually.
For more information please refer to our Bursary Policy.
If you are interested in a place at Richmond House School and have any questions regarding our fees and bursaries, please contact email@example.com or call 0113 275 2670 for further information.
Richmond House School is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
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