Fees & Information
Click on the links below to view further information about our fees, as well as childcare vouchers and Early Years funding for those who are eligible:
Funded Early Years Education
If you are working and pay for childcare, your employer may be able to help you with some of your childcare costs. This is often known as employer supported childcare.
This HM Revenue and Customs leaflet below tells you:
- about the different types of childcare support that your employer may offer you
- how you could benefit from Income Tax and National Insurance exemptions
- about some of the terms that your employer may use, and
- about the information your childcare provider will need from you.
HM Revenue & Customs – Paying for childcare
Your employer may offer you childcare vouchers to help with your childcare costs. They could be in return for a reduction in your pay – known as a ‘salary sacrifice’. Childcare vouchers may affect the amount of tax credits you can get. This online calculator can help you decide whether – overall – you would be better off taking the vouchers or not.
Childcare vouchers and tax credits – better off calculator: https://www.gov.uk/childcare-vouchers-better-off-calculator
The following documents have been prepared for you:
Paying Fees in Instalments
Our preferred method of payment for settling your school fees is by monthly Direct Debit.
The payment dates for monthly instalments will be as follows:
Autumn Term: 1st August / 1st September / 1st October / 1st November
Spring Term: 1st December / 1st January / 1st February / 1st March
Summer Term: 1st April / 1st May / 1st June / 1st July
We will set up the Direct Debits according to your Autumn term invoice. At the end of each term, we will amend the Direct Debit amount to take into account any changes on the following term’s invoice.
If you would like to set-up the Direct Debit scheme, please click on the button below to complete the online mandate.
We offer discounts to military families. Please contact email@example.com for further information.
Yarrells encourages families to join the school by offering sibling discounts across all years. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
The school appreciates very well that many parents will find the cost of private education daunting, or even impossible, for financial reasons. Those who know that the school fees might be too great a burden for them should apply for a bursary. Scholarship applicants should note that the financial value of any scholarship awarded will be subsumed into a larger bursary award.
The school will consider applications from parents for a means tested bursary, before starting at the school or at any stage of education. Bursaries are awarded depending on the individual circumstances and are reviewed annually.
Details can be obtained from the Finance Department. Please contact email@example.com for further details.
We offer scholarship opportunities for pupils each academic year, from Year 3 and above. There are three categories of scholarship entry:
- Creative and Performing Arts
Scholarship applications are received in the January preceding your child’s entry to the school and pupils meeting the specified standard will be invited to spend a day with us during which they will have the opportunity to showcase their talents and meet with the Head for a chat about something they love doing.
Scholarship awards constitute either a fee discount of between 2.5%-15% or free 1:1 lessons in the area of talent such as music, drama or tennis, for example.