Fees

  

F ees at the Old Vicarage School include a morning snack, lunch and most day trips. If you intend to withdraw your daughter from the school, a full term’s notice in writing must be given to the Headmistress and you will be liable for a full term’s fees in the absence of such notice. The Governors reserve the right to raise the fees at any time.

Fees are payable in advance, prior to the first day of term. Additional charges are made for external examination fees, residential trips, day trips (exceptionally) and lost or damaged items.

Optional charges are payable for after school care, some after school clubs, transport to and from school at the beginning and end of the day, school stock items such as replacement backpacks and a school fees refund scheme. The school also facilitates optional instrumental lessons during the school day and parents contract directly with the teacher for these lessons.

Schedule of Fees 2022-23

Reception to Year 6: £5,590

Little Vic Pre-School

5 full days: £4,690

5 mornings plus 3 afternoons: £4,085

5 mornings:  £2,795

Old Vicarage School participates in the Universal 15 hours Early Education Funding for 3 and 4 year olds. We do not participate in the Extended 15 hour Funding scheme.

Bursary & Hardship Fund

 The school operates a hardship fund to support parents who may run into difficulties paying the fees and details are available from the Bursar.

 The School is also able to offer a means tested bursary to parents of girls who would benefit from the education offered at the Old Vicarage.  Details are available from the Bursar.

 

 

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Year 6 Residential Trip to PGL Bawdsey Manor

Last week saw the return of our Upper School residential trips! Our Year 6 girls had a brilliant week at PGL Bawdsey Manor in Suffolk. They did many exciting activities including orienteering, climbing, archery and assault courses. In the evenings there were...

Buddy Easter Egg Hunt!

Our girls braved the cold weather this morning for their annual Buddy Easter Egg Hunt at Terrace Gardens. It was great to see so many chocolate smiles! 🐣🍫

Year 3 Spring Concert – The Lorax

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Our Year 4 girls delivered an amazing performance on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings as they sang five of ABBA’s most popular hits from the seventies.  The stage was awash with colour, bling and smiles as the girls swayed and twirled their way through the songs.  Their...

Chinese New Year

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Year 3 trip to the Science Museum

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Year 2 trip to The Poppy Factory

Following Remembrance Sunday, on Monday our Year 2 girls visited The Poppy Factory. They learnt all about how they manufacture the iconic poppy pins and wreaths used during Remembrance and the special meaning behind them. They even had a chance to make their own! They...

Reception trip to Battersea Park Children’s Zoo

On Monday, our Reception girls visited Battersea Park Children's Zoo. The children learnt all about the different animals living there by our wonderful Zookeeper Sue. They saw monkeys, owls, pigs and even two emus called Ant and Dec! They also had time to play in the...