SCHOOL FEES FOR SESSION 2020-21




Class

Full FeesAutumn TermSpring TermSummer TermMonthly Instalment Plan (x10)

1 Junior

£8,812

£3,525

£3,084

£2,203

£899

2 Junior

£9,370

£3,748

£3,280

£2,342

£956

3 Junior

£11,595

£4,638

£4,058

£2,899

£1,183

4 Junior

£11,879

£4,752

£4,157

£2,970

£1,211

5, 6 & 7 Junior

£12,372

£4,949

£4,330

£3,093

£1,262

I-VI Senior

£13,958

£5,583

£4,885

£3,490

£1,423

School Meals £3.80 per day

Nursery Snacks £80.00 per school year

Morning Bus and Taxi Services Details available on request

After-School Care Short Session Full Session

Nursery and Junior 1 - 6 15.00-16.15: £5.50 15.00-17.30: £11.00

Homework Club 15.40-17.30 (Mon-Thu); 15.00-17.30 (Fri)

Junior 7 - II Senior £4.50

(There is no charge for girls in III Senior upwards using the library facilities after core school hours)

Nursery Pre-School Care 08.00 – 08.40 £6.50 a day

Local Bus Service for After School Activities £3 a day

Ten Month Instalment Plan 1st September 2020 to 1st June 2021

2% of annual fees (apply to the Finance Manager)

Due dates for payment of fees (other than by instalment)

(Autumn Term) Friday 28th August 2020

(Spring Term) Friday 15th January 2021

(Summer Term) Friday 23rd April 2021

Examination Fees Annual class fees include all SQA examination entry fees.

Funding Support As we are registered with the Care Inspectorate we accept childcare vouchers in payment for wraparound school care for 3-14 year olds. We continue to enjoy nursery funding from our partnership with Aberdeen City Council, details of which can be obtained from the Finance Manager.

Music Music tuition is charged termly in arrears. The cost per lesson will vary according to the duration and number of pupils present. Music tuition fees will remain at 2019/20 levels, and there will be no increase to the termly charge for instrument hire. Further information is available from the Director of Music.


Bursaries

Girls who do well in entrance examinations for entry into 6 and 7 Junior and 1 Senior, and whose families cannot afford the full fees, are eligible for bursaries of up to 100% of school fees. Bursaries may also be awarded to applicants for places in V and VI senior, based on examination results (National 5, Higher or non-Scottish equivalents); and exceptionally they may be offered to other Senior year groups. Bursaries are assessed in January and February each year for entry the following August, and awards are means tested. More detailed information can be obtained from the Bursar.



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