- Tuition Fees
- Deposits and Retainers
- Wrap Around Care
- Enhanced Learning
- Lunch and Refreshments
- Payment Methods
Tuition Fees for the Academic Year 2022-23
*Please request further information for the options from the Registrar and School Admissions Officer
For information on fees, please contact the admissions department directly: email@example.com
Pupil deposits and retainers
Pupil deposit: £495
Pupil deposit (for parents who are resident outside of the UK): £4,500
It is expected that pupils will progress through the School, from Nursery to Sixth Form. The non-refundable retainer fee secures a place in our Reception year and beyond. On entry to Reception, the retainer is transferred into a refundable deposit at the prevailing rate. The acceptance deposit will be retained in the general funds of the School until the pupil leaves. The balance less extras charged on the final bill will then be transferred to the Clifton High School Foundation to help fund scholarships, bursaries, and major capital projects, unless written notification to the contrary is received one month prior to the final bill.
A sibling discount scheme is offered for families with more than one child at the school.
Discounts are applied individually, not overall on the net fees.
Conditions applying to sibling discount will be explained when an offer of a school place is made.
These headline fees include such items as normal curricular educational visits which take place during the school day, core items such as educational textbooks, exercise books, some stationery and the majority of extra-curricular activities throughout the day.
The above fees include some extended provision, supervised by qualified staff, which varies depending on year group. Options include Early Birds or Early Registration, Homework Rooms, some extra-curricular clubs and ten free ASAC sessions for children in Nursery-Year 5 each half term. Full details can be found in 'Wrap-around-Care - The Extended School Day': http://www.cliftonhigh.co.uk/Wrap-around-Care
The headline fees do not include residential trips, non-curricular visits, public examination fees, EAL additional support, FECP, one-to-one tuition, for example, speech and drama lessons or specialist coaching and some of our extra-curricular clubs, such as tennis and dance. Any additional charges will be made clear in advance.
For further information please contact our Admissions Department: 0117 933 9087 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Former pupil discount
1st child - 10%, following proof that either parent studied at Clifton High for seven years.
Free Hours Scheme at Clifton High School; FHS at CHS
From January 2021 Clifton High School will be accepting up to 15 hours of Free Early Years Entitlement, through the government's scheme for under 5's. This therefore applies to children in The Hive and Reception children up until the end of the term they turn 5 in. Please do ask our Admissions Department for more information, including your eligibility to receive this benefit on this saving upon your enquiry.
Salary Sacrifice Vouchers
Clifton High also accept a range of Salary Sacrifice Vouchers for our Nursery Provision. Please mention this to our Admissions Department and we will work out what options are available to you in line with your employers offering.
Wrap Around Care
Early Birds: 8.00am - 8.40am
Late Room / Homework Room: 3.30pm - 4.00pm
After School Activities Club (ASAC): 3.30pm - 6.00pm
Ten free ASAC sessions are available each half term. If parents wish to use ASAC, this will need to be booked in advance. Please contact Mrs S Barker for further details: email@example.com. After ten free sessions, full sessions are charged at £10 per session and half sessions at £5 per session.
Year 6 and Senior School
Early Registration: 8.00am - 8.40am
Senior Homework Room: 4.00pm - 6.00pm
Music tuition is charged in advance directly by the peripatetic staff. Music tuition is £240 for 10 x 40 minute lessons.
Parents must inform visiting Music teachers in advance if their child will not be able to attend a lesson for any reason (e.g. a sports match, dentist appointment etc.).
Lunch and Refreshments
School lunch is mandatory for all pupils in Reception to Year 11 unless there is a compelling medical reason for a pupil not to take lunch. Lunch is optional for students in Sixth Form. If your child has special dietary requirements please contact us as these can often be catered for at no extra cost. Charges are billed in the following term.
|Item and year group||Cost|
|Lunch - Years 7 to 13||£285 per term|
Lunch - Years 3 to 6
|£265 per term|
|Lunch - The Hive - Year 2||Included in fees|
A fees and extras bill is produced at the end of each term and sent to parents. This will contain tuition and examination fees for the following term and any extras accumulated during the current term.
We are aware that many parents prefer to pay fees throughout the year while others wish to pay a lump sum at the beginning of each term or year. A range of payment options are available.
Bank Transfer is our preferred payment method. Please transfer direct to the bank details below, on or before the first day of term, quoting your Pupil Reference (found on the top right of your fee bill) when making payment.
Direct Debit: There is no additional administration charge for paying by Direct Debit and the total due is either transferred on the first day of term or collected in three equal monthly instalments for each term’s bill. Additional charges are collected in full with the first fee instalment each term.
Cheques: Please make payable to Clifton High School and address to the Finance Department.
|Reference||Pupil Reference (on bill)|
For any other enquiries, please contact our Finance Office: firstname.lastname@example.org | 0117 933 9083
Fee related queries
If you have any questions regarding fees, please contact our Fees and Collections Officer on 0117 933 9083 or email email@example.com
Clifton High School accepts childcare vouchers in payment of childcare facilities. Please contact us if you wish to pay by childcare vouchers.
These headline fees include such items as normal curricular educational visits which take place during the school day, before school care from 8.00am, homework supervision, with qualified staff; core items such as educational textbooks, exercise books, some stationery and the majority of co-curricular activities. For students entering the Sixth Form, fees will be fixed for the duration of the two years.
The headline fees do not include ASAC, residential trips, non-curricular visits, public examination fees, EAL additional support, FECP, one-to-one tuition, for example, speech and drama lessons or specialist coaching and extra-curricular clubs such as tennis and dance. Any additional charges will be made clear to you, in advance.