The Governors of St Joseph’s College seek to maintain affordable fees for all pupils. Fees are usually reviewed for the beginning of each academic year at the discretion of the Governors, and parents are given as much notice as possible of any increases.
Payment is made in advance by Direct Debit in ten monthly instalments from July to April.
|2020/21 Per term||2020/21 Per Annum|
|Early Years (half day)||£2,340||£7,020|
|Infants (EY full day - Year 2)||£3,072||£9,216|
|Juniors (Years 3 - 6)||£3,324||£9,972|
|Seniors (Years 7 -13)||£4,000||£12,000|
Early Years Government Funding
Up to 15 hours of nursery funding is available to contribute towards fees for our Early Years Centre. The funding for each term varies and is based on the number of days in the term.
Early Years Fees Breakdown
Please find below a breakdown of the Early Years fees per term:
Pupils in Early Years 1 will need to attend a minimum of two full days or three mornings. This could include, for example: One full day and two mornings. Pupils in Early Years 2 will need to attend a minimum of three full days or five mornings. Please see the various combinations possible in the table below.
The fee does not include the cost of lunches.
We offer a wide variety of co-curricular activities, including The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, visits, trips, and lessons in Music, Speech and Drama and Ballet. These incur an additional cost which is added to your termly ‘extras’ invoice.
Parents who apply for and accept a place for their third child (and any subsequent children) at St Joseph’s will be eligible for a discount of 15% on the fees of the youngest child (or children). The discount will only apply while all siblings are in full time education at the school.
A limited number of means tested bursaries of up to 25% of fees are available on entry into Years 7 – 13.
The closing date for both registrations and bursary applications for entry into Year 7 is December 2020. Late applications may be considered in exceptional circumstances.
Fee assistance may also be provided by St Joseph’s where parents experience financial difficulties after a child has started at the College.
Fee assistance is reviewed annually.