Nursery & Pre-Prep Department
|2019-2020 Academic Year|
|Pre-Nursery (age 2+)||Click for Early Years Fees|
|Nursery (age 3+)||Click for Early Years Fees|
|Reception – Year 2||£3,620.00 per term|
|2019-2020 Academic Year|
|Years 3 & 4||£5,115.00 per term|
|Years 5 - 8||£5,545.00 per term|
A fee of £75 is required upon registration.
special terms for families
Where two or more children from a single family attend Amesbury at the same time, a sibling discount scheme offers a 7.5% reduction in core net fees for the second child and a 12.5% reduction in core net fees for the third and any further child. In addition to the sibling discount, there is an Old Amesburian discount scheme offering 12.5% discount in core net fees for children whose parents attended Amesbury for a minimum of four years.
SEN one to one lessons will be charged as an additional cost at the rate of £25 per hour and invoiced in arrears. Group lessons are included within the termly fees.
Direct Debit Discount
For pupils from Reception upwards, fees may be paid by monthly direct debit commencing July prior to the academic year in which they relate. Payment by this method will attract a discount of 0.5%.
Scholarships & Exhibitions
Amesbury School is able to offer a range of Scholarships and Exhibitions to prospective pupils who can demonstrate an exceptional talent in one or more of the following areas – Academic, Music (Instrumental), Music (Choral), Sports and Art.
The value of awards varies from £100.00 per term to Amesbury’s top academic award, The Rose Scholarship, which can be worth up to a maximum 50% of normal fees, depending on the standard achieved.
Scholarship assessments are scheduled for February or March each year. Any scholarships or exhibitions awarded would become effective from the following September.
The Amesbury Foundation fund is a restricted fund in the Trust’s accounts, devoted to providing means-tested Bursaries to those who could not otherwise afford to attend the School. Applications should be made to the Finance Office.
The Amesbury centenary Foundation
The Amesbury Centenary Foundation was established in 2017 to celebrate the school’s 100th year in the Haslemere-Hindhead Area, the school having been founded in 1870 in Redhill. The centenary fund looks to extend educational opportunities to pupils in the local area who are not pupils at Amesbury and to providing means-tested Bursaries to pupils attending Amesbury who could not otherwise afford to attend the School. It is a restricted fund in the Trust’s accounts. Applications should be made to the Finance Office
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