A non-refundable fee of £100.00 is payable upon registration.
Little Malties Day Care: £200.00
Nursery and up: £950.00
The Acceptance Deposit for Little Malties will be retained until either your daughter leaves or moves up to the School nursery where it will be credited against the School Acceptance Deposit for Nursery and upwards.
A proportion of the Acceptance Deposit for Nursery and upwards will be credited to the second term’s fee invoice with the balance refunded after the final term’s invoice or donated to the 100 Club Bursary Fund.
Morning session: with breakfast, lunch and snacks (7.30am-1.00pm)
Afternoon session: with a hot dinner and snacks (1.00pm-6.30pm)
|School day with breakfast, lunch and snacks (8.00am-4.00pm)||£70.00/day|
|Extended day with breakfast, lunch, hot dinner and snacks (7.30am-6.30pm)||£80.00/day|
Girls in Nursery must attend our 5 compulsory morning sessions per week.
Afternoon sessions are optional.
Wrap around care available from 7.30am-6.30pm.
|5 mornings per week with snack and lunch (8.30am-1.00pm)||£1925.00/term|
|5 mornings and 1 afternoon per week (8.30am-4.00pm)||£2310.00/term|
|5 mornings and 2 afternoons per week (8.30am-4.00pm)||£2695.00/term|
|5 mornings and 3 afternoons per week (8.30am-4.00pm)||£3080.00/term|
|5 mornings and 4 afternoons per week (8.30am-4.00pm)||£3465.00/term|
|5 mornings and 5 afternoons per week (8.30am-4.00pm)||£3850.00/term|
|Reception (8.50am – 3.20pm)||£3850.00/term|
|Year 1 (8.45am – 3.30pm)||£4410.00/term|
|Year 2 (8.40am – 3.45pm)||£4410.00/term|
|Year 3 (8.30am-3.50pm)||£5095.00/term|
|Year 4 (8.30am-3.55pm)||£5095.00/term|
|Years 5-6 (8.30am-4.00pm)||£5275.00/term|
From 7.30am (Nursery to Year 6)
|No booking received (all girls will be catered for whether or not we expect them, but it is preferable that parents inform the school in advance)||£8.00/session|
Until 6.00pm (Reception to Year 6)
Until 6.30pm (Nursery)
|Stop 1: New Town||Stop 2: Old Town|
Charges will be included on fee bills in arrears.
The termly fees cover school from 8.15am to 4.00pm, tuition, text books, most stationery items, snacks, lunch, some extra-curricular clubs, educational day trips and school workshops.
All girls receive nutritionally balanced, freshly prepared food throughout the day.
Many extra-curricular clubs are offered at no extra costs. This includes most lunchtime activities, membership to our music ensembles and many of our sports clubs.
School fees include the cost of day trips across all year groups to exciting and educational places such as The Living Rainforest, Legoland, Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital, St Pauls Cathedral and College Lake Nature Reserve. All in-school workshops and performances by visiting specialists are also included.
A range of extra subjects are available to pupils during the School week. All chargeable activities are invoiced in advance. However, music, ballet, modern dance, judo and language lessons are invoiced by the extra-subject tutor directly, but are booked through the School. Residential trips offered to Years 4, 5 and 6 are chargeable in advance.
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Maltman’s Green School offers a limited number of means-tested Bursaries for new joiners, awarded according to need, up to a maximum of 100% for girls entering the school at any year group point (from Nursery to Year 6) subject to availability. Bursaries are financed by the School and the 100 Club Bursary Fund.
Lower income families may qualify for a Bursary award for anywhere between full fee remission and 10% support. It is not likely however, that a Bursary would be awarded to a family where relevant annual income exceeds £60,000 and prospective parents will wish to note that Governors will take account of total net assets when considering an award. In the case of a divorce or separation, both parents will be required to complete financial statements.
Prospective new parents who are interested in applying for a Bursary need to first complete the Registration process through the Registrar, after which you will be sent a Bursary application pack. The Bursary application process is managed on the School’s behalf by a third party organisation, Bursaries Administration Limited or BAL. Applications are considered in order of Registration so parents are encouraged to apply as early in the academic year as possible for the following year.
To apply please contact the Registrar on: email@example.com