Our School Fees enable us to continue our commitment to ensuring the school is able to offer the highest possible standard of education and care for all our pupils.
The fees per term from September 2022 for the Michaelmas Term 2022, Hilary Term 2023 and Trinity Term 2023 are as follows:
|Pre-Prep (Reception, Forms 1 & 2)||£3,300 per term|
|Prep (Preps 3-6)||£4,000 per term|
Lunches: £200 per term
Fees include before and after school care, which is available for all pupils everyday from 7:30 am until 6:00 pm.
A discount will be automatically applied once a subsequent child or children from one family join the school (Reception -Prep 6). The greatest discount will always be applied to the eldest sibling according to the scale below:
- Youngest Child: Full fees
- Next eldest sibling: 7.5%
- Next eldest sibling: 15%
- Next eldest sibling: 20%
- Additional siblings: Discuss with the Head
When children leave the school the discount will leave with them.
We also offer discounted school fees for members of the teaching profession and former pupils – please contact us for more details.
Using the Voucher System For Childcare
Because the school fee includes wrap-around care, i.e. After School Club, it is possible for parents to continue to use the existing scheme for Child Care Vouchers. For further details of how to use Child Care Vouchers, visit childcarechoices.gov.uk.
15 Hours Free Entitlement
Edenhurst will be continuing to offer the 15 hours Free Entitlement for 3 and 4 year olds. You can find
information about eligibility by visiting childcarechoices.gov.uk.
Tax Free Childcare
The Tax Free Child Care scheme allows parents to pay money into an online account. For every £8 paid in by parents, the government will contribute £2, with an annual limit of £2,000 annually per child. This can allow you to pay up to 30% of your fees. This excludes Reception as the 15 hours a week covers the childcare element (see above).
The arrangement is open to working parents, including the self-employed. The scheme is paid for by parents from post-tax and employee NI contributions: there are certain conditions (see below) in terms of employment and income that parents must meet in order to be able to pay into the scheme.
You can usually get Tax-Free Childcare if you (and your partner, if you have one) are:
- in work – or getting parental leave, sick leave or annual leave
- each earning at least the National Minimum Wage or Living Wage for 16 hours a week – this is £131 if you are over 25
This earnings limit doesn’t apply if you’re self-employed and started your business less than 12 months ago. If you are not working, you may still be eligible if your partner is working, and you get Incapacity Benefit, Severe Disablement Allowance, Carer’s Allowance or Employment and Support Allowance.