School fees are charged termly and cover all the tuition, books and equipment incurred in the usual course of a pupil’s education during the term. The payment also includes the Pupil Personal Accident Insurance Scheme premium, details of which are available separately. From September 2019, the fee is £4,495 per term. Fees are invoiced in advance and payable by the first day of each term. Termly invoices also include charges for lunch, morning snack and school day trips.

A family membership subscription to the Friends of Holy Cross is billed annually; please see Schedule of Fees below (until December 2020).

Residential trips and extra-curricular activities are the subject of separate charges.

Fees £4,495.00 per term
Lunches £265.00 per term
Trips £40.00 per term
Morning snack £25.00 per term
Administration charge for late payment £50.00

Entrance Fees

A charge of £95 is payable upon registering with the school. On acceptance of a place offered, a deposit of £1,000 is payable (this includes a non-refundable £50 subscription fee to The Holy Cross Alumni Association). The deposit will be returned when your daughter leaves at the end of year 6.

Review & Notice of Increase

Notifications of any increases are given to parents one full term in advance.

Payment Due Date & Method

Payment of fees is due on, or before, the first day of term by Direct Debit. If there is a problem that might prevent this, we do ask, as a matter of courtesy, that you contact our Finance Officer, Miss Sheila Wilkinson, to advise her of the situation: sheila.wilkinson@holycrossprep.com

Payment by Instalment

The school operates a scheme through a third party, ‘School Fee Plan’, which offers the facility for payment of fees in monthly instalments by Direct Debit. Parents wishing to take advantage of the scheme are requested to visit www.sfpschoolfees.co.uk for further information.

Withdrawal Notice Period

To withdraw a child from school (other than at the normal leaving date), parents must give a term’s notice or pay a term’s fees in lieu of notice, at such rate as would have been charged for the final term of provision if a term’s notice had been given. For example, if you wish to withdraw your child with effect from the start of the autumn term (i.e. at the start of an academic year), you would need to tell us in writing that you wish to withdraw your child before the first day of the preceding summer term.

If you have any questions, please contact our Finance Officer, Miss Sheila Wilkinson: sheila.wilkinson@holycrossprep.com