Fees from 2023

At St Edmund’s our fee structure ensures that payments are clear and simple.  The fee structure for each age group includes lunches, textbooks and some stationery items.

The fees are inclusive of the College-wide accident and personal effects insurance schemes.  Full boarders can also be covered by the College AXA PPP health insurance scheme (on application).

Tuition fees are payable in advance before the commencement of the College and Prep term to which they relate.  All other items, but not limited to coach fares, public examination fees, educational trips and weekend or evening boarding trips are charged in arrears at the end of the term to which they relate.  All extras will be detailed on the termly invoice you receive.

Nursery 3 - 4 £1,923 (Half day)* £3,846 (Full-day)*
Reception, Form 1, Form 2 4+, 5+, 6+ £4,419 (Day)
Form 3, Form 4, Form 5, Form 6 7+, 8+, 9+, 10+ £5,629 (Day)
Elements (Year 7) and Rudiments (Year 8) 11+ and 12+ £6,164 (Day)
£8,549 (Weekly Boarding)
£10,255 (Full Boarding)
£76 (Flexi Boarding per night)**
Grammar (Year 9), Syntax (Year 10), Poetry (Year 11), Rhetoric I (year 12), Rhetoric II (Year 13) 13+, 14+, 15+, 16+, 17+ £7,245 (Day)
£10,495 (Weekly Boarding)
£12,821 (Full Boarding)
£83 (Flexi Boarding per night) **
Music Tuition: Per instrument (10 x 30 minute lessons) £278
Prep School Breakfast and Tea Time Club £7.45 per hour or part thereof

A 10% reduction in the fees is granted to children who have a parent serving in HM Forces.

Sibling Discount

St Edmund’s sibling discount is as follows:

  • 1st Child: Full fees
  • 2nd Child: 5% discount (must attend concurrently)
  • 3rd Child: 10% discount (must attend concurrently)
  • 4th Child: 15% discount (must attend concurrently)
  • Subsequent children: 50% discount
Payment of fees

Fees should be paid termly or monthly in advance.  Fees must be paid by one of the following methods:

  • by direct debit;
  • termly on the 1st September, 1st January and 1st May;
  • by direct debit with our ten month installment scheme, commencing in August;
  • by agreement with the College if the student joins during the course of the academic year.

The College will try to give a full term’s notice of a change of fees, but this may not always be possible.