Once a parent has decided to apply for a place at High March School, the registration form should be completed and returned to the School, together with the £100 non-returnable registration fee.
Payment will be acknowledged and the place (or waiting list place) will be provisionally confirmed.
Please note that if a girl attends a ‘Taster Day’, the registration form must be completed and returned to the School Office, together with the Registration fee, prior to the visit.
Approximately twelve months before joining High March, a deposit of £750 will be requested to guarantee the place; this will be refunded on the leaver’s final account. Please note that if a deposit is paid and a place subsequently not taken up, the deposit will not be refunded.
Fees include tuition, loan of text books, stationery, art handiwork materials and lunches. A charge will be made for any textbooks or school property lost or damaged.
Our aim is to make fees as inclusive as possible and so, with effect from September 1, 2023, fees will include the extended day (8am to 5.30pm), pupil accident insurance, all snacks, Forest School and non-residential visits.
Payment of Fees
Fees are due on or before the first day of term.
Fees are subject to termly review and may be increased by the School upon giving at least one term’s notice to parents. In the normal way fees are increased only once per academic year, with effect from September each year.
Parents are reminded that a full term’s notice in writing, to commence no later than the first day of the relevant term, must be given to the Headmistress for the withdrawal of a child, otherwise fees will be charged in lieu of the required notice.
(From September 1, 2023)
|Nursery, 5 mornings||£2,275|
|Years 3 – 6||£6,235|
Nursery children are also able to stay for any number of afternoons; the arrangement is very flexible in that parents can opt for one, two or even five afternoons. Parents are encouraged to build up afternoons as the year progresses to ensure that their child is prepared for full time school in Reception. It is strongly recommended that children are attending a mimimum of two afternoons by the summer term. Details of the cost of a Nursery afternoon, together with other fees and charges, are contained in the Fees and Charges Information Sheet.Fees and Charges 2023
Pupils’ Personal Accident Insurance Scheme
All pupils are automatically part of this scheme – there is no extra charge. It provides payment for permanent disabilities or death resulting from an accident, and covers all activities, both in and outside school. Please click on the links below for further details.Personal Accident Insurance Scheme Personal Accident Insurance Scheme – Pupil Notice Personal Accident Insurance Scheme – FAQs
School Fees Refund Scheme
Details available on request.
The Early Birds service, whereby children from Nursery to Year 6 can be dropped off at school from 8am and supervised by a member of staff, is provided free of charge.
After School Club, which is also free of charge, is available to girls in Reception to Year 2, Monday to Friday, until 5:30pm and, in addition, there is a range of after school activities from which to choose. Nursery children can also join After School Club and, again, this is free of charge. Girls in Years 3 to 6 benefit from supervised homework sessions and a wealth of clubs and activities from 4pm to 4.45pm and from 4.45pm to 5.30pm, with the exception of those days when there are Parents’ Evenings. No charge is made for the supervised homework sessions.
In addition, children from Nursery to Year 6 can join Late Stay which operates from 5.30pm to 6pm. There is a charge of £6.50 per session, to include a light tea.