Paying the fees


Paying school fees is a major financial commitment for parents and is not to be undertaken lightly. Apart from a mortgage it is probably the largest expenditure parents can make.

  • Entitlement-to-CEA

    Entitlement to CEA – the Bursar’s view

    1 Need for administrative organisation The ‘window’ for submitting each term’s CEA claim is short and parents need to be ready with the following term’s invoice. Schools should be able and willing to prepare the termly invoices for CEA parents...

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    Paying the fees: a major financial commitment

    Terms and conditions All schools will send prospective parents a copy of the school’s terms and conditions and ask them to sign an acceptance form agreeing to them. This is in effect a contract between the parent and the school...

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  • Fees

    Fees – where do they go?

    These are all survival factors, but schools wish to maintain and improve standards. This means attracting bright children, good teachers and providing facilities which answer the needs of the decade. At the same time most, but by no means all,...

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  • awards

    Schools offering special awards for children of personnel serving in the Armed Forces

    Abberley Hall – Service bursaries available Abbotsholme School – HM Forces bursaries available Adcote School, Shropshire – bursaries are available for children from Armed Services’ families Appleford School – MoD pays SENA Ashford School – Discounts are offered from the...

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