Fees and associated charges payable from September 2017 are shown below. Parents are asked to note that the fees are calculated as an annual sum collected in three equal instalments at the beginning of each term in accordance with our terms and conditions. The fees payable from September 2017 are as follows:
- Day pupils £18,450 (£6,150 per term)
- Boarding pupils £30,540 (£10,180 per term)
- International boarding pupils £35,250 (£11,750 per term) * see below
A 10% discount on boarding fees will apply for second and subsequent pupils from the same family attending Dauntsey’s together.
A £1,000 deposit is payable on acceptance of a vacancy at Dauntsey's. This deposit will be held by Dauntsey's and deducted from the extras' account at the end of the pupil's final term. Fees may be paid direct by bank transfer or on cheques or bank drafts drawn on a UK bank. We regret we are unable to accept payment in cash.
For International Pupils a further deposit of £10,000 is payable. The additional deposit will be retained in the general funds of the School and will normally be credited without interest against the final payment of fees or other sums due to the School on leaving.
Payment of Fees
The School's Terms and Conditions require fees to be paid in advance by the first day of each term. Fees not paid in full by the first day of term, or where payment is delayed, will normally attract a surcharge of 1.5% per month or part thereof.
The International Boarding Fee includes all EAL (English as an additional language) lessons, tuition and examination costs of the IELTS programme; four airport transfers per term, membership of the Dauntsey's International Society and Tier 4 Visa support.
Specialist Learning Difficulties - per lesson £37
Dyslexia - full assessment £250
Dyslexia - concessional update £125
Per instrument £32 per lesson
For two or more instruments £32 per lesson for the first instrument and £24 per lesson for each additional instrument
Use of School instrument £55 per term
There is no charge for theory lessons or for use of School instruments, when available, during School holidays. However, if instruments are removed from the School premises, parents must provide adequate insurance cover. One full term’s notice, in writing, is required if a pupil wishes to discontinue music lessons.
For Third Form pupils attending the Moonrakers Camp during the Summer Term there is a contribution payable of £225.
Pupils are charged for entrance fees to national examinations.