As well as our education provision, the fees at King’s Hawford are inclusive of wrap-around care between the hours of 7.45am and 6.00pm. Our fees also include:
- Clubs and activities run by King’s Hawford staff. There may be a small additional charge for clubs that are run by an outside provider.
- All snacks, including those served after school and during late club.
- Specialist tuition in art, dance, sport and music.
- Transport to and from matches and fixtures.
The termly fees for King’s Hawford from September 2023 are as follows:
- Reception – £3,025
- Year 1 – £3,335
- Year 2 – £3,500
- Year 3 – £3,715
- Year 4 – £5,000
- Year 5 – £5,270
- Year 6 – £5,340
**Kindergarten fees are detailed below**
School lunch fees
All pupils are assumed to be having school lunches and will be billed accordingly, termly in advance unless the school receives written notice to the contrary before the start of term. Our healthy menus offer a wide choice of options catering for a range of tastes and special diets. The fees for lunch are:
Reception to Year 2: £177 per term
Years 3 to 6: £245 per term
Music tuition fees
- Termly: £210 per term for 10 lessons
- Hire of instrument: £35 per term
King’s Hawford Kindergarten
King’s Hawford Kindergarten Fees from September 2023
Currently Kindergarten is open from 7.45am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday 50 weeks of the year.
There is a minimum requirement of 4 sessions weekly.
7.45am to 6.00pm
7.45am to 12.30pm
12.30pm to 6.00pm
The price includes lunch for the morning session and snacks and enrichment activities. These include:
- Forest School
- Music and movement
- Visits to the Library Bus
- Access to a dedicated Early Years Garden
- Countryside Walks
- Educational visits
Additional enrichment activities may be offered during term time at additional cost. For example:
- Rugby Tots
Late Charge: All children must be collected by 6.00pm. Please note, our day-care team work very hard to ensure that your child has a fantastic time and we reserve the right to charge an additional fee of £10 per child per 15 minutes for late pick up. The school reserves the right to make additional charges for persistent lateness.
Government Funding for 3 & 4 year olds – 15 Universal Hours
If your child is 3 or 4 they can access a funded early education place from the start of the school term after their 3rd birthday and until they reach statutory age.
|Children who turn 3 years of age between:||15 Free hours commence:|
|1st April and 31st August||1st September – Autumn Term|
|1st September and 31st December||1st January – Spring Term|
|1st January and 31st March||1st April – Summer Term|
Parents must complete a declaration form each term and funded hours are taken within a normal session between 9am to 12pm and 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
A full copy of the Schedule of Kindergarten Fees including information on Government Funding can be viewed here.
Pupils’ personal accident insurance scheme
All pupils will be covered by the schools personal insurance.
Pupil sickness absence insurance scheme (optional)
Under the school’s terms and conditions, there is no waiver of fees for pupil absence. However, the school offers an insurance scheme that makes available fee refunds if pupils are absent from school for five or more days due to illness or accident. The premium for the insurance is 0.64% of the net termly tuition fee. Further details and a participation reply slip may be downloaded here.
Payment of fees
School fees are charged in advance and, if paid termly, are due on or before the first day of term. Alternatively, fees may, by arrangement, be paid either in monthly instalments by direct debit or by depositing lump sums in advance.
A reduction in fees (ten percent for a third child and fifteen percent for a fourth child) is available when three or more siblings are pupils at the school together. It applies to all children from Reception. If you have a child in Kindergarten the reductions will apply if they attend on a full-time basis.
Financial assistance (bursaries)
We offer a number of bursaries annually including full bursaries at the Senior School and in exceptional circumstances some support may be available at the Prep Schools. Bursaries are means-tested. Bursaries can also be offered to pupils who might otherwise leave the school because of financial hardship.
Find out more in our Scholarship and Bursaries section.