Pupils develop a high sense of self esteem, and are friendly, caring and courteous.
Independent Schools Inspectorate
The fees shown below are the termly charges with effect from September 2019
Reception and Pre-Preparatory: £5,825
Main School: £6,600
Meals & Refreshments (all boys): £545
Trips, Outings & Special Events: £100
Insurance (School Fees Remission & Personal Accident) £45
There will be no charge for general exercise books and stationery but School books lost or damaged will be charged for.
A non-returnable fee of £100 is required when an application for a place is made. Once a place is offered by the School, a deposit of £2,500 becomes due. The deposit becomes refundable only once a boy joins the School. £1000 of the deposit is taken as part payment of the first term's fees. The remaining balance is refunded following a boy’s last term.
For a boy joining the School, the first term’s fees are due in full by the end of the Spring Term preceding entry.
On acceptance of a place, parents agree to the Terms and Conditions as published, and to any other documentation.
All fees are payable termly, strictly in advance, and by the end of the preceding term. In the event that fees are not paid by the due date an additional charge of £100 may be levied. Interest will also be chargeable.
A full term’s notice, in writing, or fees in lieu, will be required in the event of a pupil being withdrawn from the School or for cancellation of optional extras. Such notice is to be given by the first day of the term and will expire at the end of that term.
The School Fees Remission and Personal Accident policies offered are arranged with reputable insurance companies and the School has no direct liability for payments due under these policies.
The School reserves the right to cancel any place offered, or to end tuition at any time, by notice to a parent or guardian.
The School reserves the right to amend any fees.
It was announced to all parents towards the end of last term that from September Lyndhurst boys would have a change of school shirts, from grey to a lovely blue check. We are now three weeks into the year and the boys are all looking very smart indeed!
Shortly after the news, two of our mums came forward with a wonderful idea they called the ‘Lyndhurst Grey Shirt Project’. The aim of this project was to find a home for the shirts, and a good way to reuse them...
Sep 26th, 2019