|Ashdown Lodge Nursery & Reception|
|Day Pupils||£40.00 pd||£2,400.00 pt||£7,200.00 pa|
|Half Day||£24.66 pd||£1,480.00 pt||£4,440.00 pa|
|Brontė House Years 1 & 2|
|Day Pupils||£2,650.00 pt||£7,950.00 pa|
|Brontė House Year 3|
|Day Pupils||£2,865.00 pt||£8,595.00 pa|
|Brontė House Years 4 to 6|
|Day Pupils||£3,220.00 pt||£9,660.00 pa|
|Weekly Boarding||£6,010.00 pt||£18,030.00 pa|
|Full Boarding||£6,500.00 pt||£19,500.00 pa|
|Woodhouse Grove Years 7 to 10|
|Day Pupils||£3,550.00 pt||£10,650.00 pa|
|Weekly Boarding||£6,850.00 pt||£20,550.00 pa|
|Full Boarding||£7,360.00 pt||£22,080.00 pa|
|Woodhouse Grove Years 11 & Sixth Form|
|Day Pupils||£3,640.00 pt||£10,920.00 pa|
|Weekly Boarding||£6,950.00 pt||£20,850.00 pa|
|Full Boarding||£7,400.00 pt||£22,200.00 pa|
The costs of the out of term time Bronte House Holiday Club (for 3 to 11 year-olds) will also increase to:-
Full Day - £32, Half Day - £21, Early/Late stay soccer: £5 per session.
For at least the last decade Woodhouse Grove has been able to keep annual fee increases below the sector average, at the same time as substantially improving and extending the schools facilities and broadening curriculum. Careful control is exercised in all cost centres.
In the past few years we have completed the refurbishment of the former music building to provide more extensive and better facilities for the teaching of Art and Design at the Grove, we have opened the newly refurbished music suite at Brontė House and in May this year we completed a brand new competition swimming pool. This latter development has enhanced our sports facilities significantly and has also released the space we need at the heart of the school for substantial development of the teaching facilities for Design Technology. All such improvements help us achieve our aim of providing a first class education with more comprehensive high quality facilities in pleasant surroundings. We are conscious of the impact of the current economic recession for us all, school and parents. We are boosting the funds available for bursaries especially to help current parents who face unforeseen difficulties. I am pleased to confirm that there continues to be strong demand for places in all sections of the school.
Unlike some of our competitors in the sector, our fees remain virtually all inclusive and is below the average for the Methodist Schools Group. Additional charges are not made for meals, first examination fees, career tests, most text books, special learning support and pupil personal accident and off site activity insurance. We do charge for all re-sit examinations (GCSE and A level) but make no apology for hoping that this might encourage our students to do the best they can first time round rather than treat the first sitting as merely a trial run. We also charge for books or materials that are kept by students because they cannot be used again by others (eg science workbooks, art folders etc).