Sixth Form & Senior School
£3,720 per term
Junior School (Years 2 – 6)
£3,015 per term
Reception and Year 1
£2,780 per term
(Children are entitled to receive a 10% discount on the school fees when an older sibling at the school is paying full fees)
At the Senior School school meals are charged in addition to fees.
At the Senior School the costs of compulsory educational visits, and examination fees (years 11-13), text books and revision guides are payable in addition to fees for all students.
Other optional items are also payable in addition to fees and include for both schools such as Music tuition, Drama and Speech tuition, fees for being part of the Rowing Club.
It is our policy at The Grange that secondary education here should be available to any child who could truly benefit from it, regardless of their family's means. To this end, we have established the Access to Excellence Bursary programme, through which we are now in a position to offer financial support of up to 100% of the school’s fees, depending on a child's ability and the household income (and assets) of their family.
For those on full bursaries, there may also be help with uniform purchase and some compulsory school trips. Bursary awards are assessed by means of a standard formula produced by the Independent Schools' Bursars Association.
Although we intend to grow this provision over coming years, numbers of bursaries are limited. Applications need to be made well in advance of any entrance assessment.
Please contact the school's Bursary Department with any questions you may have about the programme or to request application and financial assessment forms.
The Sixth Form Scholarship is an honorary award presented to a maximum of four students per year in recognition of both exceptional academic performance and excellence of approach. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of performance in the Sixth Form Scholarship Examination, performance at GCSE, and overall perception of character, behaviour and attitude.
The award carries a great deal of academic prestige within the school. Successful scholars receive their award at Prizegiving at the start of their Lower Sixth year, whilst their names are engraved on a board in the Sixth Form Centre. Being a Grange Sixth Form Scholar also entails certain opportunities to contribute to school life such as assisting the Upper Sixth Prefects with certain duties, and attending a selection of public events as ambassadors of the school.