Below you will find details of registration, entry, tuition and additional fees for Queen's College Preparatory School.
There is a non-returnable registration fee of £100. When a place is accepted, an acceptance deposit of £2,000 is payable. There is an additional securing fee, payable by late February in the year of entry for places in Reception, which will be refunded as part of the first term’s fees. See How to Make a Payment for details of how to pay your fees.
|For the school year 2023-24, tuition fees have been set at:|
|Pre-Prep (Reception – Form II)||£7,125 per term|
|Prep (Form III – Form VI)||£7,695 per term|
This fee includes lunch daily and a drink and snack at morning break.
The Council reserves the right to increase tuition fees without notice in the event of an increase in the approved scale of teachers' salaries.
Individual music lessons, including singing, are invoiced and payable in advance directly to the visiting music teacher.
The costs of occasional educational visits are invoiced in arrears. Fees for residential trips are payable in advance.
Fees are payable termly by direct debit and parents are sent a direct debit mandate when their daughter joins Queen's. Parents wishing to pay fees monthly by direct debit (instead of making three termly payments a year) should apply to the 'School Fee Plan' at www.premiumcredit.co.uk/school-fees/parents.
Interest will be charged on any school account which becomes overdue, and the Council may require the withdrawal of a girl whose fees are persistently late. Unfortunately, no remission of fees can be granted for absence.
A term's notice in writing must be given before the withdrawal of a girl from the College or a term's fees in lieu of notice will be payable.
Parents wishing to pay fees by direct debit should apply to the 'School Fee Plan' at on the QCPS page on Premium Credit.
Queen's College, London.
PO Box 4NU
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Account no: 24807001
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The Development Office
Queen's College, London
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