Academic Year 2016-2017
Senior School (Year 7 to Year 13) £4,808.00 per pupil per term
Junior School (Year 3 to Year 6) £3,617.00
Junior School (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2) £3,291.00
Lunch is mandatory for all pupils until they complete the end of Year 11 and is currently £256.00 per pupil per term for Senior School students and Junior School students in Years 3 to 6.
Pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are currently charged £215.00 per term.
The lunch charge is added to the invoice sent directly by the GDST Office.
Sixth Form students may choose to continue school lunches when they start in Year 12 by either paying in cash on a daily basis or be invoiced by the GDST once a written request from the parents has been received by the school before the end of the academic year.
School fees include text books and all curriculum based trips throughout the term. Residential trips for the various year groups are an additional cost and overseas school trips are an optional extra. Parents are advised well in advance of such trips together with the payment schedule.
An increase is applied to the school fees by the GDST and parents are advised in writing with no less than one full term’s notice.
Is there a discount if I have more than one daughter at the school?
A family who enrol their 3rd or any subsequent daughter into any GDST school will be eligible for a 20% fee reduction for the 3rd and all subsequent girls. Details of the award of the sibling discount:
- The new sibling discount will be available to all eligible families from the 1st of September 2013 including any existing families currently within GDST schools.
- To qualify a family must have 3 or more girls attending a GDST school at the same time before a discount can be awarded to the 3rd or any subsequent sibling.
- Once awarded the discount will remain with the pupil until she leaves the school. The discount will not be removed from the qualifying pupil should a sibling leave the school and in doing so reduce the total number of girls from the same family to below 3.
- Once awarded to a pupil the discount cannot be transferred to another sibling. If the pupil with the discount leaves the school then the discount ceases. Consequently the sibling discount will normally be awarded to the youngest member of the family in the school.
How does the direct debit scheme work?
For payment by termly direct debit the termly fee due will be debited to your bank account on or within the first 7 days of each term. For payment by monthly direct debit one-fourth of the termly bill will be debited on the 5th day of each month of the term, for example the Autumn fee would be paid over four months from September – December. If the 5th falls on a bank holiday or weekend the payment is collected on the next working day. Monthly payments commence at the beginning of the academic year in September and the last payment of the academic year is due in August.
You may also pay school fees annually in advance by cheque and should contact the Fees Department for information on this method of payment along with information on our pre-payment scheme which allows you to pay a lump sum to cover all or part of the estimated future fees for a specific period.
Who do I contact with regards to school fees?
The Girls’ Day School Trust
100 Rochester Row
Telephone Number – 020 7393 6666 – Fees Department.
Mr Steve Burns is the contact for queries on fees for Oxford High School
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
When you accept the place for your daughter at a GDST school, she will be allocated a unique pupil reference number; this reference will stay with her throughout her time at the school and should be quoted on all manual payments and correspondence. It would also be also useful if you could quote this reference when calling the Fees Department with any query.
The unique pupil reference number will start with the capital letter “N”.