Fees

London’s most expensive schools

Following my recent post highlighting the top ten most affordable private schools in London, I was asked by a couple of readers to do a ranking of the most expensive private schools in London. I thought that could be a very interesting list! It’s not easy to compile an exact ranking because not all schools Continue reading…

I know it’s very exciting if you receive your first offer of a school or nursery place after fretting about oversubscribed London schools for a couple of years, but today I really need to caution my readers about accepting offer letters if you haven’t done your research or read the terms and conditions closely. I wish Continue reading…

There is a lot of talk about how the cost of private schools has risen in London over the last years, and many parents who planned to send their kids to private schools are not so sure if they can afford it anymore. School fees have risen far above inflation over the last years and Continue reading…

Faraday School visit

On a beautiful sunny morning, I made my way to the Faraday School in Trinity Buoy Wharf. Founded in 2009, Faraday is a small but growing independent primary school in East London, surrounded by converted warehouses that now serve a thriving artistic community. Faraday works on a low fee model to make an independent education Continue reading…

Which Central London Prep Schools offer Scholarships?

This is the second post in my series on school fees and financing. In the last post, I highlighted those prep schools with the most affordable fees. In this post, I want to highlight all the prep schools that offer scholarships and bursaries among those featured on London Pre-Prep’s top prep schools and what the conditions Continue reading…

Affordable private schools in Central London

Opting for the private school route in Central London is a large financial  commitment for most families, particularly in these times and for those parents with two or more children. Adding the cost of uniforms, school trips and extracurriculars to the fees, you can expect to pay up to £20,000 per child per annum, and this Continue reading…

Garden House School in Chelsea has introduced a new merit-based scholarship covering 50% of school fees! It is open to boys in year 3 (for entry into year 4 in September 2011), and is assumed to be repeated each year. This looks like a fantastic opportunity for a high achiever currently attending state schools to Continue reading…