A £100 non-refundable registration fee is required upon registration.
A non-refundable deposit of £500 is payable on request as confirmation of acceptance of the place. This will be deducted from the fees due at the end of the pupil's final term in the school.
Fees for the Academic Year 2023/2024:
Morning Session (Compulsory)
8:30am - 11:30am
|Covered by Free
Lunch Session (optional during Autumn Term, compulsory during
11.30am - 12.45pm
|£352 per session per term|
Afternoon Session (optional)
12.45pm - 3.30pm
|£352 per session per term|
Full-time attendance (all day, every day)
8.30am - 3.30pm
|£3,326 per term (inc. Free
Fees are inclusive of a mid-morning piece of fruit (and lunch for those who are attending the Late Morning/Lunch session).
Please note that Nursery attendance is a minimum of five mornings, 8.30am to 11.30am in the Autumn Term and five mornings and the lunch session, 8.30am to 12.45pm in the Spring and Summer Terms, and a maximum of five full days (8.30 am to 3.30 pm).
You may opt for a pattern of attendance that includes a variety of sessions. To benefit fully from the education we provide, most children in the Nursery attend most sessions and many attend all sessions during the week.
Free supervision in the Nursery is available every day from 7.45am - 8:30am.
Examples (based on 2023/2024 fees):
The charge for a child attending only the five compulsory morning sessions will be covered by the Free Entitlement. Parents should be aware that this limited amount of time in our Nursery is not regarded as sufficient for proper preparation for entry into our Reception classes.
The charge for a child attending the five compulsory morning sessions and the five late morning and lunch sessions is £1,760 a term (£352 x 5).
The charge for a child attending the five compulsory morning sessions, three late morning/lunch sessions and three afternoon sessions is £2,112 a term (£352 x 6).
The charge for a child attending full-time (i.e. five compulsory morning sessions, five late morning/lunch sessions and five afternoon sessions is £3,326 a term.
Main School Fees
Fees for the Academic Year 2023/2024:
|Reception, Years 1 and 2||£4,022||£12,066|
|Middle School (Years 3 and 4)||£4,643||£13,929|
|Upper School (Years 5 and 6)||£4,930||£14,790|
Fees are inclusive of mid-morning fruit.
Payment of Fees
School fees are charged in three instalments due at the commencement of each term. Payment by direct debit is preferred but monthly payments are also possible via School Fee Plan. Click here to access our page on the School Fee Plan website.
Each year group has a number (usually two) educational visits during the course of the year. Charges for these are normally between £10 and £20 per trip and these are charged in arrears to the termly fee account. Parents are informed of the cost of these visits before the children participate.
Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 are invited to take part in a residential visit during the course of the year. Although optional, these are considered to be very important aspects of the academic year. Charges are kept as low as possible and normally paid in advance either in full or by instalment.
Travel Insurance Information
Please see below for further information regarding Travel Insurance.
Optional Mid-morning Milk
Milk is available to purchase through Coolmilk, all orders being handled online direct with Coolmilk. A fresh carton of milk is delivered daily to the children at break time.
Insurance Schemes 2022/2023
Below are details of the insurance schemes which are available to you via the Foundation on the basis of the terms and conditions set by the insurers. The insurance schemes are administered by two pupil-focused insurance providers; Endsleigh Insurance Services Limited and Marsh Education Practice. Information and details of how to subscribe are set out below.
The schemes and insurances available to you via Endsleigh Insurance Services Limited are as follows;
Pupils’ Personal Accident Insurance
At no extra cost to parents or fee payers, Warwick Independent School Foundation have insured all pupils against Personal Accident with up to £1,000,000 cover on an all in basis, in the event of serious bodily injury following an accident. This also includes dental injury expenses cover as standard. This will provide protection should the worst happen and your child suffers permanent disability, dental injuries, burns and scars, or death following an accident.
Pupil Absence Insurance – Optional
The Foundation does not refund fees for days when a pupil is absent for any reason including ill health. If your child is absent, no discount will be applied to your bill. For 0.60% of the termly fee for boarders or 0.80% of the termly fee for day pupils, you can take out School Fee Refund cover; providing peace of mind should you and your child face such an event which means your child is unable to attend school for an extended period due to illness or injury. We would also advise that in cases of highly serious health issues, the Foundation may consider assistance regardless of whether a parent has this insurance.
Pupils’ Personal Possessions Insurance – Optional
The Foundation’s general insurances includes only a limited form of cover with claim value limit of £250 subject to the claimant having no other relevant insurance in place. Therefore, for £10.00 per term, this cover provides comprehensive pupil possessions cover to meet the needs of your child and provide peace of mind against damage, loss, and theft of valuables up to a value of £7,500. Personal possession cover protects laptops, iPads, tablets, bicycles, musical instruments, art equipment and other valuables are also covered. Cover has been extended to protect pupils’ personal possessions while being taught from home.
To subscribe to any of the schemes and insurances above, please register on the Endsleigh Insurance Portal using the following link Endsleigh Insurance Portal - Warwick Preparatory School where you will be able to view and manage your child’s insurance products in an easy and secure manner.
The schemes and insurance available to you via Marsh Education Practice are as follows;
Pupils’ Private Healthcare Scheme – Optional
Private medical cover is provided with AXA PPP Healthcare. The Pupils’ Healthcare Scheme gives you the peace of mind that should your child become ill, which is an already stressful time, they have fast access to treatment and care for eligible conditions. For more information visit www.axappphealthcare.co.uk/pupilshealthscheme. The cost is £126.00* per term added to your termly bill. *Fees include Insurance Premium Tax at 12%.
To subscribe to the AXA PPP Healthcare Scheme, please complete the application form found in the brochure below or click on the following link AXA PPP Healthcare - Warwick Preparatory School.
Please consider arranging Disruption to Income Cover. Insurances are available to provide cover in case the fee payer’s income is disrupted, for example, through redundancy or long-term illness. The Foundation’s insurers do not provide such a scheme, but you can make your own arrangements through other providers and we would strongly advise parents to do so.
If you have any questions regarding the insurances offered to you via the Foundation, please contact the billing department by emailing email@example.com