Kent College Fees

Pre-Reception, Reception and Junior School Fees for the academic year 2023 - 2024
Effective from September 2023
Junior School Pre-Reception
Number of days 1 2 3 4 5
Full days per week
including lunch
£833 £1,665 £2,498 £3,331 £4,163
Morning session per week,
including lunch (8.30am-12.30pm)
including lunch
£998 £1,497 £1,996 £2,495
Afternoon session per week,
not including lunch
£665 £998 £1,331 £1,663
Funded sessions
(afternoons 12.30pm – 3.30pm)
not including lunch

Kent College offers 15 hours Free Early Education sessions, eligible to claim each afternoon from 12.30pm - 3.30pm (subject to availability). Please note these sessions do not include lunch. If you are accessing only a free place at Kent College, your registration fee and deposit will be returned within 6 weeks. Entitlement to a Free Early Education place does not offer a guarantee of a place at any one provider or a particular pattern of delivery.

Junior School year 2023 - 2024 Termly
Day pupils Per Term Reception
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6
Weekly Boarding Per Term Years 3 - 6 £8,000
Full Time Boarding Per Term Years 3 - 6 £10,072

Boarding - Occasional £80.00 a night

It is Governors’ policy to maintain these published fee levels throughout the Academic Year to which they relate.

The intention is that the fees structure should be clear and straightforward, avoiding wherever possible the levying of charges for services and activities as “extras”. This ensures that the costs of each term’s education will be known in advance, with no additions of which parents are unaware.

The following are included in the Standard Fee:

  • activities which form part of the curriculum
  • books and stationery supporting the curriculum and most materials required for Art and CDT
  • career profiling, a professional assessment designed to quantify the skills and aptitudes of pupils in Years 11 and 12 and provide detailed guidance regarding future careers and university courses
  • exam fees for entering the first sitting of external examinations associated with main timetabled classes e.g. GCSEs, AS and A Levels, IB
  • all meals for boarding pupils and lunches for day pupils
  • personal accident insurance for pupils
  • all bedding and internal laundry services for boarders
  • trips which are designated by the school to be obligatory in support of the curriculum e.g. Science and Technology Week, theatre visits, and geography field trips: and costs associated with representing the school in designated sports fixtures and events. A contribution will be required for residential trips.

The costs of the following services and activities will be put on the fees account as extras with the prior authority of parents:

  • Books that remain the personal property of the pupil (library/textbooks that are lost may also be charged)
  • Daily minibus services for day pupils
  • School Fees Insurance* arranged by the school, with parents being able to opt out
  • Individual music tuition/hire of musical instruments and LAMDA lessons
  • Expenditure incurred by pupils in the Thrift Shop and 1885 (school cafe)
  • The cost of participation in certain specialist sports e.g. judo and riding
  • The costs, which are usually subsidised by the College, of special trips e.g. additional trips to the theatre.
  • Optional trips for boarders
  • Contributions will also be required for residential trips.

What is not included?

*School Fees Insurance covers the payment of school fees in the event of the unavoidable absence of a pupil from school owing to illness or accident, or the closure of the school in certain specific circumstances. The cost of the policy is automatically added to the school bill unless parents/guardians choose to opt out.

Specialist & Bespoke Provision

(as arranged directly with parents)
Membership of the Learning Support Centre: £1,450 per term
Membership of the International Study Centre: £1,450 per term
English as an Additional Language: £945 per term
1 or 2 Term Stay Supplement: £500

Individual Tuition

  • Individual Tuition with a teacher: £56 per hour
  • Paired Tuition with a Teacher: £32.00 per hour
  • Shared Tuition with a Teacher: £23.00 per hour
  • Individual Learning Support Assistant: £32.00 per hour
  • Shared Learning Support Assistant: £18.00 per hour

Pupils wishing to take either a GCSE or A Levels in their home language where this is available can do so by accessing either group coaching sessions outside timetabled lessons for a £430 one off fee for languages with larger numbers or, for individual or very small numbers of students for a language, this is arranged on a bespoke basis by the Director of Studies and the fees calculated from the Individual Tuition rates.

Extended Day Offering

We can also offer an extended day, at both the Junior School and the Senior School, via our Breakfast and Supper Clubs. Fees are £6.00 for Breakfast and £6.00 for Supper. Please contact the School Office, at either location, for further information on this.

Scholarships, Bursaries and Remissions

Scholarships and bursaries are available at the Senior School only. The percentage fee reduction will be applied to the dat tuition fee only. The inclusive fee consists of a tuition fee and a facilities fee

Sibling Allowances

When three or more siblings from the same family are attending Kent College simultaneously, the following remissions may be granted:

  • Third sibling: 20% remission
  • Fourth and additional sibling: 40% remission

This remission is given in respect of the youngest child/children. This is available for the youngest child in the school and Pre-Reception. It is not given in addition to any other award.

HM Forces Allowance

Personnel who are eligible for the Boarding School Allowance are entitled to a 10% remission on tuition fees from the school and up to a maximum of a further 80% from the armed forces.


Children of Officers of the Foreign Commonwealth Office may be eligible for a reduction in Boarding fees.

Methodist Ministers Allowance

Children of Methodist Ministers are entitled to a 10% Methodist Ministers Allowance.

Notice Requirements

If you wish to withdraw your child from the School (other than at the normal leaving date in Year 13), you shall either give a term's notice to that effect or shall pay to the School a term's fees in lieu of notice. This means that if, for example, you wish to withdraw your child with effect from the start of the autumn term (ie, at the start of an academic year) then you would need to inform the Head, in writing, that you wish to withdraw your child on or before the first day of the preceding summer term (ie. the final term of the preceding academic year).

There are three terms in an academic year:
  • Summer Term: September to Christmas
  • Spring Term: January to Easter
  • Autumn Term: April to Summer

Notice should be given before the first day of term. For exact dates click here

This applies at all transition points through the College, i.e. from:
  • Pre-Reception to Reception
  • Year 6 to Year 7
  • Year 11 to Year 12

If you would like further information on any of the above points please contact the Bursar's office via: