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Over 650 Number of pupils who currently study at Newton Preparatory School 1991 The year that Newton Prep opened
Our pupils have time, space and freedom for creative self-expression.

Alongside our competitive school fees, there are a range of reasonable charges for after-school Activities (after-school Clubs are all free) and Residential Trips (our range of day trips is included within the fees), all of which can be viewed on this page.

 

Newton Prep Fees (per term) 2017-18
Nursery (Five afternoons with lunch and non-residential trips) £1,140 per half term
Nursery (One afternoon with lunch) £235 per half term
   
Lower School (Reception to Year 2; including lunch, snack and non-residential trips) £5,510
Upper School (Year 3 to Year 8; including lunch, snack and non-residential trips) £6,310
   
   
 
Early Morning Room £1.75 per session
Late Room £7.50 per half hour
Acceptance Deposit £1,500
Pre-payment for entry to Nursery £1,500
Pre-payment for entry to Reception to Year 6 £2,500
Pre-payment for entry to Years 7 or 8 £1,000
   
Please note that Newton Prep is not eligible for the Government's Early Years Funding Scheme (formerly Nursery Education Grant).   
For details of our Fees Refund Scheme, please download Fees Refund Scheme
For details of our Personal Accident Scheme, please download Personal Accident Scheme
For current parents, all other Bursary documents can be found in the Parents' Secure Area (login required) Bursary Documents

Extra Curricular Clubs and Tuition

   
Art Extension £199
Art Club £199
Ballet / Tap / Modern Dance £138
Chess £127
Digital 3D Design £134
Drama £132
Fencing/Fencing Extension Squad £95
Gymnastics £132
Judo £95
LAMDA Speech & Drama (Individual/Small Group) £206/155
Mandarin Chinese (Lower School/Upper School) £108/150
Music Technology £149
Table Tennis £178
Tennis £116
Touch typing £138
Yoga £100
 
Self-employed visiting teachers, tutors and coaches provide extra-curricular tuition in music, activities and clubs under separate agreements with parents, for which parents are invoiced separately by the peripatetic teacher.
 
Scholarships and means-tested bursaries are available from Year 3 onwards. Click here for more information.  

 

Residential School Trips

During the academic year, all pupils go on a residential trip away from school.  During Year 7 & 8, children visit both Chateau du Broutel in France for a week of French language immersion and Flatford Mill for a Geography fieldwork course. Year 8 have an outdoor pursuits trip as part of their post Common-Entrance programme in the second half of the Summer Term. The cost of these trips is in addition to fees, but parents may pay for this in instalments.

 

YEAR

GROUP

TRIP

TERM

COST

REPAYMENT SCHEDULE

Year 5

Gaveston Hall

Summer

£276*

Spread across two terms: £100 deposit added to Autumn fees, balance added to Spring fees.

Year 6

Isle of Wight

Summer

£510*

Spread across two terms: £100 deposit added to Autumn fees, balance added to Spring fees.

Year 7

French & Spanish Language Trips

Summer

£270*

Paid in advance; payment      requested from September.

Year 8

Geography Field Trip

Autumn

£270*

Spread across two terms: £100 deposit added to Summer fees, balance added to Autumn fees.

Year 8

Post-Common-Entrance       Programme

Summer

£325*

TBC

Total costs are split between school and parents: £351 parent contribution spread across three terms: £117 each term.

 

As well as going on Residential Trips, each Year Group visits a number of places of interest throughout the academic year. The cost of these day trips is included in fees. We take full advantage of our central London location to visit museums, galleries, theatres and topical installations. A variety of speakers and companies also visit to support children’s learning, e.g. Transport for London Cycling Safety.

 

Over 650 Number of pupils who currently study at Newton Preparatory School 1991 The year that Newton Prep opened
Our pupils have time, space and freedom for creative self-expression.