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Fees

Our fees include lunch, textbooks, and the majority of our co-curricular provision.

Effective from September 2021

Year Group £ per term £ per month (via SFP)*
Little Lions (up to 15 hours free) Free or £7/hour Free or £1.75/hour
Reception 3,400.00 850.00
Year 1 3,400.00 850.00
Year 2 3,400.00 850.00
Year 3 3,475.00 868.75
Year 4 3,475.00 868.75
Year 5 4,075.00 1,018.75
Year 6 4,375.00 1,093.75
Year 7 4,925.00 1,231.25
Year 8 4,925.00 1,231.25
Year 9 5,400.00 1,350.00
Year 10 5,400.00 1,350.00
Year 11 5,400.00 1,350.00

*The figures shown above do not include the transaction charge for fees paid through School Fee Plan (SFP).

Monthly payments can made by Direct Debit through School Fee Plan (SFP) and are subject to a transaction charge*. Further details are available from Shoreham College or from School Fee Plan.

Shoreham College is an appointed representative of Premium Credit Ltd (SFP), which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Fees for Little Lions Pre-School are proportioned for the number of sessions taken. Pupils in these year groups are able to stay for mornings, all day, or a variety of combinations, depending on the places available. Lunch is included in the fees for those staying until 12.30pm.

Shoreham College is registered to participate in the government’s 15 hours Early Years Partnership Scheme. This currently enables eligible three, four and five-year-old children to receive up to the first 15 hours of education free, subject to availability. Please click contact Shoreham College for further details.

Fees and any agreed supplemental charges will not normally be reduced or refunded as a result of absence due to illness or otherwise. If your child takes study leave at home before or during public examinations, or stays at home following those examinations, no reduction of fees will be made in respect of such periods spent at home.

An initial charge of £350 is made upon registration. This amount comprises a registration fee of £50 and a deposit of £300. The deposit is non-refundable unless a term’s notice of withdrawal is given, and the school is able to fill the place by the first day of the term that the pupil was due to start at Shoreham College. The deposit is deducted from the last invoice issued when the pupil leaves the school, providing all Shoreham College property has been returned in good order, all invoices are paid in full, and the leaver’s form is fully completed. The registration fee is not refundable in any situation.

Restrictions

These are applicable to tuition fees only and are available to all full-time pupils.

a First sibling currently studying at Shoreham College discount

For each additional sibling at Shoreham College, an extra 5% discount is applicable. Please note that this discount does not apply to the eldest child.

5%
b Old Shorehamers’ Association discount 

This applies only to parents who are life members of the Old Shorehamers’ Association.

5%

Disbursements

Additional charges are generally invoiced in arrears and made for the following:

  • additional workbooks that are not reusable;
  • any loss of or damage caused to Shoreham College property (including textbooks);
  • non-return of original numbered locker keys (please note: keys must be returned by last day of term to avoid a charge);
  • public examination fees (generally for Year 11 – a cost in the region of £400 is charged on the last summer term invoice);
  • specialist art and technology supplies;
  • work experience (additional health and safety visits).

Optional extra charges are:

  • Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme;
  • individual music tuition (fees on request and paid directly to the teacher concerned);
  • judo, dance, and some forms of additional coaching (charges are advised at the time of booking);
  • minibus travel (transport to and from school – invoiced in advance – cost is £175 per direction, per term);
  • private tuition;
  • specialist outings and visits;
  • student route administration;
  • any other personal requirements as incurred by the pupil.

Personal Accident Insurance is automatically included for all children within the fees. (Details of the scheme are presented here)

A School Fees Refund Scheme is available for a small additional termly charge. (Details of the scheme are presented here)

All pupils leaving Year 11 after their GCSE examinations will automatically become life members of the Old Shorehamers’ Association (OSA) at no additional cost, provided there are no outstanding balances owed to Shoreham College and they have been recommended for membership by the school. Further details on the OSA can be found on the Shoreham College website.

Payment of Accounts

Payment for the full amount may be made directly to the Shoreham College bank account (sort code: 20-12-75 and account number: 70047651). Please quote the invoice number and the parent reference code in all cases. Shoreham College is also able to accept payment by all major debit or credit cards. Alternatively, direct debit payments may be made via School Fee Plan. A small service charge is made for using this service, and parents wishing to pay by this method may use the School Fee Plan website or contact the school office for further details.

All fees must be paid by the first day of the commencement of term, and no pupil shall have the right to return to Shoreham College if the settlement is not met by the due date. The governors reserve the right to levy a late payment charge of the Barclays Bank Base Rate plus 5% on any overdue accounts. Non-payment of fees will result in the child being asked to leave the school. Any person presenting a payment to the school without having the funds cleared by their bank will be charged an additional amount of £20 per transaction to cover the costs incurred by Shoreham College.

Shoreham College reviews fees annually at the end of each academic year.

Notice of Leaving

If a pupil intends to leave Shoreham College, a full term’s notice must be given in writing to the Principal on or before the first day of the final term in which the pupil will study at our school. If insufficient notice is given, a term’s fees must be paid in lieu of notice. Please note that provisional or verbal notice is unacceptable.

Pupils’ Effects

Shoreham College cannot accept responsibility for any personal items, including bicycles, electronic equipment, and clothing. Parents should have their own insurance cover for such items.

Please refer to the full terms and conditions of Shoreham College for further details. Shoreham College reserves the right to change or add to these terms and conditions from time to time for legal, safety, or other substantive reasons, or in order to assist the proper delivery of education at Shoreham College.