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School Fees 2020/2021 per term




5 Days 9 am - 4 pm


NB. Where claimable, fees can be offset by local authority Early Years Funding for up to 6 terms

1 session am or pm




Year 1


Year 2



Prep School


Year 3


Year 4


Year 5


Year 6



Senior School


Years 7 – 11


**For all 10 sessions for a 10 week term.

Terms longer than 10 weeks are charged at an extra rate of £270 per full week.

The School offers an instalment option for paying fees.  This is administered through the School Fee Plan. See the link below for more details:


Extras (2020/21)

Breakfast club

Supper (Year 3 to Year 11)

7.30am - 8.00am

6.00pm - 6.30pm



Learning development


Year 3 and above


£15 per lesson

£24 per lesson

Occupational Therapy   £36 per lesson

Individual music lessons


£233 per term

Nursery late club

4.00pm - 5.00pm

£8.50 per day

Designated after school activities


£8.50 per day

School Minibus Service (2020/21)


Collections from:

Termly cost


Horsham (Tesco)





  West Horsley £175
  Newlands Corner £150

Shamley Green


  Rowley Drive £155












  Peaslake £90


Drop off at:









Shamley Green


  Bramley £200
  Wonersh £180



  Newlands Corner £150
  Merrow Park and Ride £175
  West Horsley £175
  Chilworth £150
  Gomshall £140
  Peaslake £90

Minibus - one half term's notice is required if a pupil no longer wishes to use this service.

Claiming Child Care Vouchers (CCVs) against School Fees

Since 2005 employers have been able to provide CCVs free from tax and National Insurance contributions as part of a salary sacrifice scheme for employees.

The School is happy to accept CCVs from parents but, as ever, the requirements of HMRC need to be observed. HMRC regulations are complex and vary between the different countries of the United Kingdom. In England parents can use CCVs in payment or part payment of care (not education) provided by the School for any pupil up to and including the summer term of the academic year in which the child celebrates his or her 15th birthday (16th birthday if disabled), if it takes place outside normal school hours (this means the normal hours of compulsory education adopted by the school as appropriate for the age of the child) and on school premises. In practice the use of CCVs for pupils over 5 will be limited to only those costs of care that are separately identified and billed

However, the School can accept CCVs for standard tuition fees for certain younger children at the School. More specifically, CCVs can be accepted for any child aged three (or rising three which means a child who will be three before the end of term) until 31 March, 31 August or 31 December following the child's birthday. This means that for all children at Duke of Kent School who are being taught within their correct National Curriculum Year, you can use CCVs to pay for standard tuition fees for six terms from Nursery to the end of Reception. This currently mirrors the separate eligibility rules for the provision and claiming of the Nursery Education Grant.

Duke of Kent School is registered with the following CCV providers

(CCV Provider / DOK Carer Number)

Sodexo 813726
Co-operative Flexible Benefits 85110801
Fideliti DUK004C
Care-4 44713592
Computershare 0323529
Edenred P20343980

The School is also enrolled under the Government's Tax-Free Childcare Scheme.

Early Years Foundation Entitlement

The School provides up to 15 hours per week of Funded Early Education for eligible 3 and 4 year olds.  The funded element of each session via the Early Years Foundation Entitlement (EYFE) lasts for 3 hours and runs from either 9.00am to noon in the morning or from 12.15pm to 3.15pm in the afternoon. This element is eligible for funding and can be taken on a standalone basis. With Nursery parents taking the standard morning session to 12.15pm or the standard afternoon session to 3:30pm a charge of £12.84 per session is made. After lunch all Nursery children attending a morning session to 12:15pm can then stay free of charge for pick up until 1.00pm back within  the classroom.

Where sessions are taken outside the 15 hours of free entitlement (where more than 5 sessions per week are taken) then additional sessions are charged at the full rate of £27 per session - not the funded rate of £12.84. As an example of how this works, assume that a child attends the Nursery for 6 sessions per week in a 10 week term.  This is 60 sessions per term of which 50 sessions (5 sessions per week for 10 weeks) are available for funding and the remaining 10 are outside funding arrangements.

The termly charges are calculated as follows:          

Funded sessions - £642.00     (50 sessions x £12.84)

Additional sessions - £270.00 (10 sessions x £27.00)

Total due - £912.00


The School does not accept cash for the payment of fees.

Please contact the Bursar for any questions about fees and charges - cfinill@dokschool.org