Fees per annum For 2020/2021
Class I and II: £8,908
Class III and IV: £9,068
Class V: £9,261
Class VI: £9,317
Class VII and VIII: £9,437
You can find more information on the Fees breakdown and other charges here.
Sibling Discounts & EYFS
We offer sibling discounts as such: a second child receives a 10% discount, a third child a 25% discount, fourth and subsequent children receive a 35% discount.
* We are an approved childcare provider, and all three and four year olds are eligible for 15 hours free childcare, which this year will amount to £1020.00 per term . Your invoice will automatically reflect this. This discount ends in the term following the child's fifth birthday. More details can be found here.
We are committed to providing a Steiner education to children from a broad social and financial background by offering eligible parents/legal guardians means-tested financial support with the payment of school fees. Such support is known as Community Supported Fee Assistance. (CSFA). Every year the school sets aside 10% of its gross income for this fund. However, it is important to note that the school's only significant income comes from the fees, and thus we ask that financial aid be the last resort in order to benefit those in true need.
Parent and child group
£15.00/session Payable termly in advance
£8.50/session for siblings over 7 months of age
School bank accounts
Payment of fees (including Registration and Deposits)
Account name: St Paul’s Steiner Project 2
Sort code: 40-03-33
Account number: 41218603
For international payments of deposits from abroad:
NB. Please ensure that all payments carry the child’s name as reference, in order that they can be allocated correctly. Please also confirm by e-mail to email@example.com, whenever a payment has been sent in respect of deposits, or when a standing order has been set up.
Notice of withdrawal
Notice of withdrawal has to be given to the school office in writing, dated and signed by the parent/s or guardian/s. We do not accept verbal notification of notice neither can a notice be backdated. A term’s notice, or payment of a term’s fees in lieu of notice, is required when a child leaves the school. Notice must be given by the last day in the penultimate term before leaving. For example, if your child plans to leave the school at the end of the summer term, you must give notice on the last day of the spring term.
Where notice is not given, fees due in lieu of notice are calculated as follows: one third of the annual fees are due from the 1st day of the month after the school is made aware in writing that the child is leaving the school.