School building January 2024

Sixth Form Fees

The fee, as of Autumn Term 2023, is £19,995 per annum. This is paid via three termly payments of £6,665. 

Included within the fees:

  • All sports through your child’s time with us.
  • All sports fixtures, which take place every Saturday term time, both home and away.
  • All societies and clubs, of which we offer 50 each term*
  • Subsidised Curriculum Trips 
  • Use of a personal locker, during their time at the school


Healthy school lunches (at £5.70 per day), the school bus, insurance, instrumental tuition, residential trips and tours.

*Sailing Club requires a £60 yearly membership fee and Paddle boarding is offered on a pay as you go basis. 



For pupils who are not receiving any bursary support, we offer a sibling fee reduction of 5%. This is awarded to the elder child(ren) and recognises siblings across both King Edward VI, Preparatory and King Edward VI School. 


Find information Bursaries and Scholarships at King Edward's Sixth Form here.


Payments are by direct debit on the first day of term unless an alternative arrangement has been agreed. Third party companies provide monthly payment options, details of which will be forwarded with the autumn term fee account. Parents are advised to take independent financial advice should they wish to use any third party payment options.


If, in due course, a place is offered, a deposit of £200 will be payable when the offer is accepted. This deposit will be repaid, without interest, within three months of the pupil leaving the school less any sums due to the School on leaving.


For 2023-24, the cost of lunch is £5.70 per day. For that price, students have a choice of salads, soups, sandwiches, hot dinners, vegetables and desserts. Alternatively, students can opt for a 'grab and go' lunch from the Concourse cafe.


A £50.00 non-returnable fee is charged for an application except when the application to be considered is for a Bursary only place when the fee is £25.00.


One terms notice in writing of the intention to withdraw a pupil from the School must be given. Without such notice a terms fee in lieu of notice is due.


Fees cannot be refunded for absence and parents are advised to take advantage of the School Fees Remission Scheme, details of which are forwarded when a pupil enters the School. Parents are also invited to consider insuring the payment of School fees in the event of the death of the fee payer. Parents are advised to take independent advice should they wish to use any third party insurance options