Years 7-11 Fees

Academic year 2021-22
Initial charges
  • Registration fee: £125
  • Acceptance fee: £1200
Tuition fees
  • Termly fee (including lunch): £6325
Other charges
  • Instrumental Music/Voice*: £36

* 35 minute session

Sixth Form Fees

Academic year 2021-22
Initial charges
  • Registration fee: £125
  • Acceptance fee (UK based): £1200
  • Acceptance fee (Non-UK based): £4000
Tuition fees
  • Termly fee: £8300
Boarding fees (termly)
  • Boarding houses: £6800
  • Weekly boarding: £4500
  • Host families (range from £4150-£4850): £4850
Other charges
  • EAL (English as an additional language) per year: £3750
  • Lunch per term (optional): £330
  • Instrumental Music/Voice*: £36

*35 minute session

 

The International School Fees

Academic year 2021-22
Initial charges
  • Registration fee: £125
  • Acceptance fee (UK based): £1200
  • Acceptance fee (International & EU based): £4000
Tuition fees (termly)
  • The Discovery Years (Years 7-8): £8950
  • The Discovery Years (Year 9): £9330
  • Year 10: £9515
  • Year 11: £10150
Boarding fees
  • Termly fee: £6150
Other charges
  • Instrumental Music/Voice*: £36

*35 minute session

Important Information

Examination entry fees

Examination entry fees will depend on the number of public examinations taken in each session.

Please note that additional fees may apply where special examination arrangements have to be made for a particular candidate:

Use of a word-processor – £20 per exam taken
Provision of a scribe / reader – £47 per exam taken

Overall, examination fees are usually around £400, depending on the number of exams taken.

Textbooks

Students may collect their recommended course books at the school on Induction Day. The charge for these will be added to the student’s bill.

Textbook charges vary depending on which subjects are taken but range between £5.99 and £30 per book and are usually invoiced on the Spring Term invoice. Typically the total cost is around £120.

Optional Insurance Cover

We offer optional insurance cover for domestic and international students through Endsleigh. The policy is designed to cater for the insurance needs of students studying in the UK on a trip arranged by d’Overbroeck's.

The policy provides cover including emergency medical assistance and medical costs, protection in the event of cancellation or curtailment, cover for loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal money.

Full details are sent with the first term’s bill, and further copies may be obtained from the Bursary at any point.

Trips & Visits

These will vary depending on the nature of the trip. Parental consent will be sought in advance for chargeable trips. These trips may vary from a trip to a local event or conference costing around £30 to an optional overseas expedition costing £3,500.

Exceptional Arrangements

Exceptional arrangements such as supplementary one-to-one teaching, or teaching for a GCSE subject studied in the Sixth Form, will incur additional tuition fees. Supplementary one-to-one teaching that is arranged over and above the standard course is charged at £49 per hour. Arrangements of this kind are exceptional and, where such support is deemed necessary, it will always have been discussed and agreed in advance with parents.