Fees and Charges

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Project Description

Registration Fee

A registration fee of £50 is charged on application for a place.


On accepting a place, parents are asked to pay a deposit of £500.
This secures your child’s place and is deducted from the first term’s fees’ invoice.
Please note that the deposit is non-refundable, even if the place is cancelled.

Tuition Fees

The tuition fees cover all academic subject tuition.

Musical instrument tuition, swimming lessons, educational visits and extra-curricular activities are charged separately.
Text books and exercise books are provided without extra cost and remain the property of Tower College.

Pre-Prep & Lower School pupils (Bluebird to Year 4): £2,324 per term (EY Grant available)
Middle and Upper School pupils (Years 5 -11): £2,704 per term (includes GCSE examination fees).


Pre-Prep School: £4.50 per day
Lower, Middle and Upper School: £5 per day

Wraparound Care (Breakfast and After-School Clubs)

Pre-Prep Breakfast Club
£7.00 per session

Lower, Middle and Upper School Breakfast Club
£3 per session

After-School Club (Twilight Club)
£5 per hour (for all pupils)

Coach Fares

Please see Coach Routes and Prices Page

Second Sibling Reduction

For a second sibling and each subsequent sibling joining Tower College, the fees are reduced by 20%.


Parents can apply for their child to be considered for an academic scholarship prior to the start of each new School Department i.e. In Year 1 for Lower School, in Year 4 for Middle School and in Year 8 for Upper School. The assessment is age appropriate varying from a short test for little ones up to a combination of Maths, English and Verbal Reasoning tests for the older children. Please note that we do not offer past papers.

A Music Scholarship is awarded based on an audition and interview with our Director of Music.

A Sports Scholarship is awarded to pupils who gain National Success in I. S. A. completions.

Music and Sports Scholarships are also dependent on continued participation in the relevant activity. Scholarships offer up to a 25% reduction in fees for the whole of the Department applied for.


We have a fund set aside for those parents in difficult financial situations who wish to apply for fees’ assistance. Forms can be obtained via the website. We are very aware of the intrusive nature of such forms but this process is unavoidable as we are bound by the regulations of the Charity Commission. We guarantee confidentiality and can assure applicants that the forms are only viewed by our governing body. A decision will be passed to parents, usually within two weeks of receipt.


Payment can be made at the start of each term for the whole term, by cheque, card or BACs pay, or in monthly instalments by Standing Order. The relevant forms and bank details are sent out with invoices.

Late Payments

Fees are payable on the first day of each term.
If they are not paid by half term, a 10% interest charge is added.
Prolonged non-payment will result in the suspension or withdrawal of a pupil’s place.

Full-Time Christian Workers

A 25% discount is given.