Payment of Fees

All fees are paid termly in advance. The Fees are inclusive of lunches, drinks – milk or squash, text books and exercise books (up to Y8) and some stationery. Extras include outings, Music, LAMDA (Speech and Drama) and Learning Support lessons etc. Fees are due on or before the first day of term and the extras are available on a basis of 30 lessons in a full year and paid in advance. Parents can pay the fees and extras by cheque or directly into the School bank account, details of which are noted on the bill. One full term’s notice is required for cancellation of all Optional Lessons and must be served in writing before the first day of the term before lessons are to cease. Notice will be acknowledged in writing. Parents can also opt to pay by Direct Debit whereby a year’s total fees (not extras) are divided into ten months with payment on the first day of each month (September to June inclusive) with no interest charged. Any queries concerning fees/ extras should be addressed to Mrs Jane Ella, Finance Office.

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    Government Early Years Free Entitlement (EYFE)

    Children aged 3 and 4 are entitled to access 15 hours of EYFE a week for up to 38 weeks of the year. Your child qualifies for this free entitlement from the academic term following their 3rdbirthday until the end of the term of your child’s 5th birthday. It may be applied in both Little Grange and Reception years.

    The EYFE at Holme Grange School is offered between the hours of 09.00-12.00 or 13.00-16.00 within a package of integrated early learning and care subject to availability. This is offered over the full school week, Monday to Friday inclusive, over our academic year of 34 weeks.

    The EYFE is shown without any monetary value on termly fee invoices. Any additional services which the parents may opt for are charged in addition.

    Within Wokingham Borough there are a variety of EY providers offering the free entitlement. Some may offer the free entitlement only, without access to any additional services, others offer it over fewer hours of the week. Parents are encouraged to choose a service provider which best meets their needs. Holme Grange School offers term time sessions to fit in with the free entitlement over a 34 week academic year only.

    Fees 2017 – 2018

    Options 1, 2, & 3 include lunch
    Little Grange Option 1 (mornings) per term £1,950*
    Little Grange Option 2 (afternoons) per term £1,890*
    Option 3 (all day) per term £3,295*
    Late stay (includes tea) £10.75 per session
    Pre – Prep (Reception)  
    Includes lunches, text books school stationery (per term) £3,520*
    Pre-Prep (Year 1 & 2)  
    Includes lunches, text books school stationery (per term) £3,580
    Prep School (Years 3 & 4)  
    Includes lunches, text books, school stationery (per term) £4,510
    Prep School (Years 5 – 8)  
    Includes lunches, text books, school stationery (per term) £4,620
     Eaton Grange (Years 9-11)  
    Includes lunches £4,760
    Individual Music Tuition (from Year 2) £210.00 per term
    Individual LAMDA Lessons £210.00 per term
    Learning Support £38.00 per hour
    Breakfast Club £3.75 per day
    After-School Care (Nursery & Reception) includes Tea          £10.75 per session
    Chill out Club Sandwiches (Year 1 & 2) £2.10 per day

    *Please note these are the full fees and details of fees for children entitled to the Government’s Free Early Education funding for 3 and 4 year olds are available separately.

    Younger siblings will receive a discount of 3% in Pre-Prep and 5% in the Prep School and Eaton Grange.

    If you are interested in registering, you will be required to complete a Registration Form and pay a non-refundable fee of £200.

    A £300 deposit is required, usually two terms before entry, returnable at the end of the final term. After payment, in the event of a child not joining Holme Grange, this deposit is non-returnable. If a child joins Little Grange but does not continue into Pre-prep the deposit is non-returnable

    Public Examination Fees – The cost of fees charged by the various examining boards is charged on the fee bill in the year in which the examination is being taken.