F ees at the Old Vicarage School include a morning snack, lunch and day trips and are payable in advance, prior to the first day of term.

If you intend to withdraw your daughter from the school, a full term’s notice of your intention must be given in writing to the Headmistress.  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 for the academic year 2020 – 2021 for Reception to Year 6 are £4,930 per term plus charges* for residential trips in Years 3 to 6 as follows:

Year 3 PGL Marchants Hill £345
Year 4 Hooke Court £205
Year 5 Losehill Hall £355
Year 6 Normandy, France £555

*Please note that the amounts stated are indicative only as venues and course providers are subject to change.

Fees for the academic year 2020 – 2021 for Little Vic pre-school are £2,500 for five mornings, £3,500 for three fixed full days (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) and £4,100 for five full days.

Direct Debit

Payment of fees via Direct Debit is the preferred method of payment at the Old Vicarage School.  Please find the Direct Debit Instruction form below, and complete the form and return it to:

The Bursar
Old Vicarage School Trust Ltd
46-48 Richmond Hill
Richmond Upon Thames
TW10 6QX

The Bursar’s Office will notify you before each payment is collected, and all payments are covered by the Direct Debit Guarantee which protects you from payments taken in error.

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.

School fees refund scheme

The school offers optional insurance cover against a pupil’s extended absence from school.  Further details may be obtained from the Registrar or Bursar.

Minibus fees

Fees for 2019/20 for the morning and afternoon minibus school runs are as follows:

 Fees for a half term

5 mornings £280
4 mornings £230
3 mornings £185
2 mornings £125
1 mornings £63
5 afternoons £225
4 afternoons £190
3 afternoons £145
2 afternoons £100
1 afternoon £50


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OVS Lower School Virtual Marathon

As this year’s London Marathon was sadly cancelled due to COVID-19, our lower school girls were challenged by Mrs Russell to take on the 26.2 miles themselves.  The girls could run, jog, walk, scoot or even cycle around the block or in their garden with the...

Soldier visits Little Vic

When a trip to Buckingham Palace had to be cancelled due to COVID-19, the Little Vic girls were very disappointed. However, Miss Grayson quickly organised a surprise visit by a friendly soldier to the pre-school instead. The girls had a great time dressing their...

Alumnae Event – Thursday 30th April 6.00 – 8.00pm – POSTPONED

To mark our 90th year anniversary celebrations in 2021, we will be hosting a number of events to celebrate our school, teachers and pupils, past and present.  With this in mind, we would like to invite former pupils and teachers to attend our first Alumnae...

Richmond Borough High 5 Netball Tournament

On a very bitter and cold Wednesday 26th February, the U11 High 5 Netball Team travelled down the road to Barn Elms Sports Grounds for the annual Richmond Borough Netball Tournament. This event attracts 36 local State and Independent schools around the borough,...

Year 3 Spring Concert – Peter Pan

Our Year 3 took us on a magical Neverland adventure in which fairies, pirates and mermaids exist, children never grow up and people fly.  Along the way we met Peter, Wendy, John, Michael, Tinkerbelle and Tinkerbella, the lost boys and the horrible Captain Hook.  As...

Year 4 Spring Concert – Jack and the Beanstalk

The Year 4s performed the Jack and the Beanstalk musical, with the main characters Jack , his mum, auntie and Daisy the cow, all contributing to the humorous take of this popular fairy story. Jack, (definitely whiffy) and the friendly farm animals defy the Giant's...

Chinese New Year

The girls at Old Vicarage School celebrated the Chinese New Year of the Rat in style this year on Friday 24th January.  The school was decorated with red lucky messages and pictures and the girls came to school dressed in traditional Chinese outfits or wearing...

Old Vicarage School Carol Service

Our Carol Service really is one of the best evenings of the year, showcasing our talented girls in Years 3 to 6, with every girl in their final year having the opportunity to sing a solo or give one of the readings. St John the Divine is a lovely spacious church, and...

Lower School Nativities

The culmination of the Autumn Term was three great Christmas stories told by the Lower School in their own unique ways.  The Reception girls performed to their parents, for the very first time, and delighted them with “Shine, Star, Shine” which was performed...

Year 5 Viking Day

Year 5 had a wonderful time experiencing elements of Viking life and spent the day working together in small groups.  They each tried making wooden shields and sewing sails that would eventually attach to a 6 metre scaled longship.  The rivets of the ship were tricky...
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