Fees for 2023/24
Fees are reviewed in March each year by the Board of Governors and are applicable from the 1st September. All fees are payable by the first day of term. The termly fees at Stormont are fully inclusive of all stationery, books, lunches, trips which take place during the school day, some after-school activities and the premiums for the Pupils’ Personal Accident Insurance Scheme (optional) . The only extra charges incurred are for lost or damaged books, a pencil case, individual music lessons, tennis coaching, residential school trips and some of the after-school activities.
|Registration Fee||Payable on registration and non-refundable||£100|
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||£4,655 per term|
|Years 1 & 2||£4,855 per term|
|Tuition Fees – Prep||Years 3 – 6||£5,148 per term|
|Music Fees||Individual Music (Instrumental/Singing) Lessons (30 minutes duration)||£230 for 10 sessions per term|
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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 Admissions on request, contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. Once the Bursary Policy is considered by prospective parents from Reception and wish to go ahead with a bursary application, a Registration Form should be completed and clearly noted on it that Bursary Funding is requested. A £100 registration fee should be paid online which will be refunded if bursary funding is not successful unless you wish to continue with application without funding.