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LEAVERS' DESTINATIONS

Over 80% of our pupils go on to Russell Group Universities

Life after St Dunstan's

Fees

St Dunstan’s College is a fee-paying school.

Fees cover the cost of normal tuition as well as lunches, most books and stationery. Other costs for voluntary items, e.g. individual music tuition, will be additional. Fees for the year ahead are confirmed each year at the end of the Lent term (before Easter).

Tuition Fees for the next Academic Year 2019/2020 will be as follows:

Section/year term annual
Nursery £3,495 £10,485
Reception, Years 1, 2 and 3 £4,455 £13,365
Year 4 and Year 5 £5,095 £15,285
Year 6 £5,613 £16,839
Senior School Years 7 - 13 £5,933 £17,799

All payments should be made from a UK bank account. We prefer fees to be paid by Banker’s Draft, Building Society or Personal Cheques but they may also be paid by debit or credit card (additional charge for the latter) or termly.

Fees may be paid by lump sum, normally for a minimum of 3 years and a maximum of 7. A discount is allowed in exchange for the lump sum payment. Each case is calculated individually; for a personal quote please write to Sara Hopkins, Deputy Bursar (Finance and Resource), or e-mail her at advancefees@sdmail.org.uk

The Benevolent Fund

The Benevolent Fund exists to help families who are having temporary difficulties of this sort. Each year a number of students are enabled to stay on at the College, while short-term financial problems are resolved, until the end of a term or the academic year. In the case of longer-term difficulties, exceptional assistance may be given to enable a student to remain at the College.

The Benevolent Fund Committee meets at least once each term to consider applications from parents in financial need. Old Dunstonians, teachers, parents past and present, and governors are all represented on the committee, which is chaired by the Headmaster. The Fund is financed by voluntary contributions from parents and Old Dunstonians, together with the income from investments.

Click here to read more about the fund 

 

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