NON-REFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEE
Application fee per child £50, to be submitted with the application form
FEES AND BURSARIES
The St Michael Steiner School receives no state funding but, like all Steiner schools, does not wish to be exclusive, believing that it is healthy for children from all backgrounds to mix. Therefore the school is a registered charity and fees are kept low with bursaries offered as far as possible. In London, overheads are very high, so we ask those who are able to contribute to our Bursary fund.
A deposit of £1000 is payable upon acceptance of the offer of a place. Withdrawal of a child requires one full term’s notice or the payment of a full term’s fees and the deposit is held until the child’s final term payment has been received. Arrangements can be made, on request, for payment of the deposit to be spread over the child’s first term in the school.
ANNUAL TUITION FEES FOR 2016-17
Please note we have no Class 8 or Class 10 for the 2016-17 academic year: costs for these age groups are advisory only.
Tuition charges can be paid either:
• in full at the beginning of the year or
• for each term at the beginning of the relevant term or
• by monthly Standing Order.
POSSIBLE EXTRA COSTS – These will be added to your termly invoice
Purchase of wooden flutes and recorders.
Sibling discounts are available on request.
Bursaries are allocated annually in May for the academic year beginning the following September.
Bursaries are not usually awarded for a family’s first year in the school.
For 3-5 year olds enrolled at the school 5 mornings/week, we are in receipt of 15hrs/week Government Funding. In the case of 4 or 3 days/week enrolment the government funding decreases accordingly.