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School Fees Academic Year 2024/25

Duke of Kent School is a busy and thriving community. We run an extended day from 7:30am with the option to stay until 7:30pm for Senior pupils. Termly fees are all inclusive. All food and refreshments including snacks, breakfast, lunch and tea are included within the fees. All curriculum- based school trips, textbooks and extra-curricular activities are also included. Pupils in years 3 and 4 are provided with their own iPad and, from year 5, pupils receive a Chromebook. Residential trips are extra - however an alternative school-based option is always available.

Fees are per term unless indicated otherwise.


Nursery vouchers are accepted

Nursery (8:30am-3:30pm)

  • For all 10 sessions in a 10 week term.
  • 1 session (am or pm) £33.50



Year 1

Year 2




Prep School

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5 and Year 6




Senior School

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9 to Year 11




Extra Charges

Learning Development Lessons:

- Pre-prep

- Year 3 and above

Occupational Therapy

LAMDA Lessons

Individual Music Lessons

Nursery Late Club

£21 per lesson

£28 per lesson

£42 per lesson

£270 per term

£270 per term

£11.00 per day (3:30pm-4:30pm)



Duke of Kent School nurtures and celebrates the talents and gifts of our pupils. Our School is a purposeful environment where pupils embrace all of the opportunities before them and specialise in areas where they are particularly adept.

We have a small but broad Scholarship programme which supports this ethos through the recognition of exceptional ability in the fields of Academia, Music, Performing Arts, Art. Computer Science and Sport as well as that of All-Rounders who excel across a range of disciplines.

Further information on scholarships can be obtained from our Registrar, Mrs Jane Hopwood on jhopwood@dokschool.org.


The Board of Governors is committed to broadening access to the School by offering to eligible parents means tested support for the payment of school fees.

A bursary is an amount by which school fees may be reduced.  Bursaries exist to deal with financial hardship and are primarily to ensure continuity of education for a pupil currently attending the School.  Such an award may be for as short a period as one term or it might extend for several years depending on proven need. Bursary awards can range from 10% upwards of the day fees and are subject to an annual review.

Bursaries will require full financial disclosure and verification, for example, of P60, bank and/or building society information and mortgage statements. All information is treated in strictest confidence and will be assessed by the School’s Finance Committee. Careful judgement is exercised in each case and the Committee’s decision is final.

Please contact the Finance Manager, Mr Nick Tearle, on ntearle@dokschool.org if you would like to apply for a Bursary.

Sibling Discounts

At Duke of Kent School, we offer sibling discounts to the third concurrent child (15% fee discount) and subsequent concurrent children (30% fee discounts).


To register your child at the school, a non-returnable £100 Registration fee is payable. 


On acceptance of a place at Duke of Kent School, a deposit of £400 is required for pupil joining Nursery through to Year 6.

A Senior School deposit of £800 is required for pupils joining Year 7 and above.

Duke of Kent School pupils moving from Prep School into the Senior School top up their deposit by £400 to make a total of £800.

Deposits are payable on acceptance of an offer of a place and are returned (subject to the Terms and Conditions in the Parent Contract) when the pupil leaves minus any extras the pupil may have incurred during their final term.

Payments of Fees

Payment for fees and the previous term's extras are payable prior to the commencement of each term. Acceptance of a place constitutes an agreement to pay school fees on time.


Duke of Kent School offers a school minibus service from a number of areas. For enquires please email the Administration Assistant, Mrs Jacqui Browning at buses@dokschool.org.

Please click here for more information about School transport

Withdrawal of Pupils

A full term's notice in writing to the Head is required prior to a pupil being removed from the school, failing which, a full term's fees will be payable in lieu.  A half term's notice is required for any other changes in status e.g. Music lessons, LAMDA, Learning Development, Transport etc.

Please contact the Finance Manager, Mr Nick Tearle, on ntearle@dokschool.org.