Fees & Bursaries

Fees from Autumn 2020

Registration Fee Payable on application and non-refundable £50
Confirmation Fee

Payable on acceptance of a place at Stormont School

(£500 will be offset against the first term’s fees and £500 is an Acceptance Deposit which is not refundable until the end of your daughter’s final term at Stormont)

Tuition Fees Pre-Prep
Reception, Years 1 & 2
£4,225 per term
Years 3, 4, 5 & 6
£4,480 per term
Music Fees Individual Music (Instrumental/Singing) Lessons (lessons of 30 minutes duration) £217 per term –
for 10 sessions

All fees are subject to review with effect from the 1st September each year

School Fees Plan offers a facility for paying fees in instalments at a small additional cost. Further details are available from the Bursar.

All fees are payable on or before the FIRST day of term.

My School Fee Plan


Extra-Curricular Activities

Our extra-curricular provision is extensive, however, due to COVID-19 restrictions clubs have been suspended for now.  As soon as we have clearance these will be implemented.  Details are sent out to parents ahead of the new term, an example can be found here.


Stormont School is a registered charity. The School is aware of its obligations under the Charities Act 2006 and seeks to adhere to the public benefit principles identified by the Charity Commission. This policy is reviewed every two years, or as necessary, to take into consideration the latest guidance from the Charity Commission and any other factors relevant to this policy.

Stormont School is a small school and does not benefit from the receipt of any endowment funds. The School therefore relies on the fees from parents to meet all its operating costs. The Board of Governors of Stormont School recognises that independent school fees are at levels that, despite the best endeavours of their parents, exclude children from families on low incomes in the local community. The Board of Governors is committed to broadening access to the School by offering, to eligible parents, means-tested financial support known as bursaries, towards the payment of school fees. However, due to the limited financial resources of the School, not all applications may be successful. The amount available for allocation will vary from year to year and consequently the School retains an absolute discretion as to the number of awards, if any, available each year.

A copy of the Bursary Policy is available from the Bursar on request, contact registrar@stormontschool.org in the first instance.  Once the Bursary Policy is considered by prospective parents and they wish to go ahead with a bursary application, a Registration Form, either paper form or online through Admissions, should be completed and clearly noted on it that Bursary Funding is requested.  A £50 registration fee should be paid online which will be refunded if bursary funding is not successful.

Register Online

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Live Lessons at Stormont School

All lessons at Stormont School are live!  From the start of this second lock down the Senior Leadership Team and the teaching staff knew that the best way to keep the curriculum on track was to have staff work from home teaching live.    We do have key worker children in school to support those who need our help with supervision but they all follow the same curriculum online.

We have listened to parents, adapted where needed and listened to the girls because their welfare and their continuing education is key.  Of course, we would love to be in school together and we look forward to that day but in the meantime, it is business as usual just in a different location.

If you are interested in Stormont School for your daughter, do contact us, we are here to listen.