Most girls join the school in the term after their third birthday. They start by attending for a minimum of three mornings per week, gradually building up to five full days per week by the time they enter Reception.
|Class||Age||Fees per term|
|Nursery||3-4 years||From £1144|
|Form 1||6 years||£3554|
|Form II||7 years||£3554|
|Form III||8 years||£4034|
|Form IV||9 years||£4034|
|Form V||10 years||£4034|
|Form VI||11 years||£4034|
The minimum requirement is 5 morning sessions per week. Afternoon sessions (1pm – 3pm) are free of charge when that day’s morning and lunchtime session have been attended. All fees include lunch, text books, stationery and art materials. School outings and some after school activities are charged in addition.
Private music lessons are by individual arrangement with the teacher concerned.
Pre and Afterschool Clubs
Larks (including breakfast) – £4.00 per morning
Owls (including light snack at 4.30pm) – from £6.00 per session
A non-refundable registration fee of £75 is required. A deposit of £750 is payable when a place is accepted, of which £250 is refundable against the first term’s fees. The remaining £500 is refunded if a child stays until they move to their senior school, but not otherwise, and the repayment is subject to any other final term’s deductions.
Please find below details of two insurance policies: Pupils Personal Accident insurance is included automatically in the school fees but the School Fees Return insurance is an opt-in policy. If you are interested in the School Fees Return policy, please write to the Bursar.
Charlotte House School is a registered charity. The school relies on the fees from parents to meet the whole of its operating costs as it does not have the benefit of an endowment fund or any other form of income.
The School offers a limited number of means-tested bursaries awarded according to need, up to a maximum of 75% for girls entering the school at age 7+. Families with an annual income of less than £20,000 would warrant a bursary for 75% fee remission. Levels of financial assistance above this figure will be adjusted in line with income. It is not likely that a bursary would be awarded to a family where relevant annual income exceeds £45,000. In the case of a divorce or separation, both parents will be required to complete financial statements. Bursaries are financed by the school.
Parents who are interested in applying for bursaries need to request a Bursary Application Form.
Once a bursary award has been made, it will be subject to an annual review.