Skip to content ↓


Admissions Fees

Registration Fee

A £100 non-refundable registration fee is required upon registration.

Acceptance Deposit

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.

Nursery Fees

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
Spring and Summer Terms)

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 - 11.30am in the Autumn Term and five mornings and the lunch session, 8.30am - 12.45pm in the Spring and Summer Terms, and a maximum of five full days (8.30am - 3.30pm). 

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: 

  Term Year
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
Lunch (Compulsory) £255


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.Download a copy of the school’s direct debit form here and send the completed copy to here to access our page on the School Fee Plan website.

Optional Extras

Educational Visits

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.

Residential Visits

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. 

Life after Warwick Prep

Boys moving on to Warwick Junior School

Based on their progress at Warwick Prep, and their aptitude, boys will be offered a place at Warwick Junior School during the Spring Term of Year 2.  

Girls moving on to King's High School

Similarly, based on their progress at Warwick Prep, and their aptitude, girls will be offered a place at King's High School during the Spring Term of Year 5. If there are any concerns about whether a girl will continue to thrive at King's High School, this will be addressed with parents in advance and then the Entrance Examination may be used to determine a place, as with candidates from outside the Foundation.

Fees in Advance Scheme

The Fees in Advance Scheme is available to parents of all pupils at Warwick Schools Foundation schools who wish to make payments towards future terms’ fees upfront at a discounted rate.

Under the Scheme, a lump sum payment is made to cover future fees, either in advance of entry to the School, or at any time after joining the School. You can choose the number of terms’ fees you wish to cover (between three and twenty one terms).

The Scheme will come into force for Autumn Term 2024 and to be eligible as an advance payment for that term, we need to have received payment by 5th July 2024.  Thereafter, fees will need to be payable by the end of the preceding term to be considered ‘in advance’.

If you are interested in making a payment under this Scheme, please email

The full conditions of the scheme can be found below, along with a table to give parents an illustrative example of savings that could be made under the scheme, and a calculator to work out the total fees payable dependent on number of terms to be pre-paid.




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.