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King's Hall - Standard Fees (per term)

Year 7 and 8 - £6,250 day / £9,150 full boarding (UK) / £10,350 full boarding (Overseas)
Year 5 and 6 - £4,750 day / £7,500 full boarding / £8,700 full boarding (Overseas)
Year 3 and 4 - £3,675 day / £7,050 full boarding / £8,250 full boarding (Overseas)
Year 1 and 2 - £3,050 day
Reception (4-5 years) - £2,950 day
Nursery (2-4 years) - £62 per day, £36.50 per half day

Other Fees

King's College - Standard Fees (per term)

Fees at King's College are inclusive so extras are kept to a minimum.

Boarders - £12,555 per term
The boarding fee includes all meals, stationery, laundry (but not dry cleaning) and most textbooks

Day pupils - £8,400 per term
The day fee includes meals, stationery and most textbooks

Day pupils may make occasional overnight stays in their house, subject to the rules laid out in our policy on Occasional Boarding in the Policies section. Such stays are charged at the rate of £50 per night.

The termly fee is fully inclusive of all 'extras' of general application (eg. meals, laundry, most textbooks and stationery). Parental approval is sought for all additional charges over £30.

Other Fees

Childcare Vouchers

King’s Schools are happy to accept Child Care Vouchers (CCVs) from parents for qualifying activities for pupils* as defined by the law.

Parents can use vouchers as payment towards any form of care or supervision outside the hours allocated to compulsory education. In practice, this means that King’s Schools can accept CCVs for:

  • The charges for boarding for pupils* in the school.**
  • The fees for any child aged three until 31st March, 31st August or 31st December next after the child celebrates their 5th birthday. Children within their correct National Curriculum year group can use CCVs for Nursery and some Reception fees, depending on date of birth.
  • After school clubs which take place outside the normal school day for pupils* in the school. After school care and clubs would fall into this category.**
  • Holiday clubs organised and run by the School for pupils in the school*.

* Aged 15 or below (16 if they are disabled)

** For out of school clubs and boarding fees the care must be invoiced separately to the education fees and provided out of school hours and on the school premises.

Child Care Vouchers are provided by employers to employees under certain qualifying conditions, and the voucher amount is free from tax and National Insurance contributions. It was closed for new entrants from 4 October 2019 – further details can be found at https://www.gov.uk/help-with-childcare-costs/childcare-vouchers. Details on the replacement offering can be found at https://www.gov.uk/get-tax-free-childcare


Financing of Fees

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As well as the ability to pay by direct debit, we are aware many of our parents may be interested in a simple, flexible and more manageable way to afford school fees with a lump sum loan or a flexible draw down of funds. We are aware of a company that offers a scheme that might be of interest. For more details via their website please click on the link below.


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