The fees (per term) at Westbourne House for the year beginning September 2018 are as follows:

Prep School (Years 3 to 8)  
Day (Years 5 to 8) £6,115
Intermediate Day (Year 4) £5,990
Intermediate Day (Year 3) £5,220
Pre-Prep (Pre-Nursery to Year 2)  

Pre-Nursery (min 3 sessions per week)
Additional sessions available (Fees in the Pre-Nursery will vary according to the number of sessions undertaken. Please contact the Bursar for further information.)

Nursery (Mon-Fri mornings) £2,150
Nursery (All Week) £3,550
Reception £3,550
Years 1 & 2 £3,620
Boarding Fees (in addition to the Day Pupil fees above)  
Full Boarding International* £3,080*
Full Boarding (7 nights per week) £2,080
Part-Time Boarder (5 weekday nights per week) £1,390
Part-Time Boarder (4 weekday nights per week) £1,190
Part-Time Boarder (3 weekday nights per week) £990
Part-Time Boarder (2 weekday nights per week) £685
Part-Time Boarder (1 weekday night per week,
Years 3 and 4 only)
Casual Boarding (cost per night)  
Trial Boarding £40
Sunday night (drop off 8pm) £40
Saturday night, (collect by 10am Sunday) £60
Saturday night, (collect by 6pm Sunday) £90
Weekend £120
Prep School After School Care Per Session  

Mon, Tue, Weds, Thu, Fri (4.30- 5.30pm)

NB: These sessions are non-chargeable if a child is waiting for an older sibling(s) to finish school at 5.30pm (unless older sibling is a boarder)

Pre-Prep After School Child Care Per Session  

Morning (7.45- 8.15am)

After School Care is available, please use the following link for details; Childcare


*This includes Additional English Support at £1000 per term

  • The fees include all school meals and snacks, academic examination fees (not music), books, boarding activities, Personal and Dental Accident Insurance, and sibling childcare in Years 3 and 4. 
  • Fees include Pupils' Personal Accident and Dental Insurance - Pupils' Personal Accident Insurance Scheme | PDF
  • Fees are due on the first day of each term; interest of 1.5% per month will be charged on overdue accounts fifteen days thereafter.
  • Basic fees are paid in advance whereas all additional, non-compulsory “extras” are charged in arrears.
  • Music Tuition is available for approximately £215 for 10 individual half-hour lessons; visiting music teachers send bills directly to the pupil’s parents.
  • Individual Needs Tuition - Several programmes are available; the price depends upon the support required are should be discussed with the Indivdual Educational Needs Co-ordinator (IENCo).
  • Attendance in the Pre-Nursery is flexible and the bursar can provide costs for combinations of sessions. Children must attend at least three sessions per week.
  • Various insurance schemes are available, if required by parents, covering illness of pupils, loss or damage to property, and death or critical illness of a main fee payer. Details can be provided by the bursar.
  • A reduction of 5% of fees per term is given for younger brothers and sisters in the Prep School.
  • The bursar is always available to give advice on matters affecting finances and payment of fees.

We acknowledge that some parents may like to pay their school fess monthly; we therefore provide details below of a facility provided by School Fee Plan (SFP) which may be of interest:

Click here for more information/online SFP application