How much is the Registration Fee?

A fee of £120 is payable, which is non-returnable, when a student is registered.

How much is the deposit and when is this returned to me?

A deposit of £3,000 is payable on acceptance. This is repaid at the end of the summer holidays after the student has left, less any outstanding amounts that may be due. If you do not take up your place following your acceptance and payment of the deposit, the deposit is not refundable. This deposit is required from all applicants including KGPS and RPPS students. Your prep school deposit will be refunded in accordance with the preparatory school terms, and the place at Kew House secured with a new deposit. 

How much are the Fees?

Fees are payable termly in advance, or monthly by direct debit. There are 3 terms per year.

The Directors reserve the right to review or alter fees at a term’s notice.

The current academic years fee can be found here: Fees

Parents may settle fees in one of two ways: fee payment options.  If you wish to take advantage of our instalment payment option please complete the direct debit mandate and return to the Bursar.


Please contact the Bursar, Louise Doughty on 020 3249 7744 or email finance@kewhouseschool.com for further details.

Please be advised that late payment will incur charges.

How much notice do I have to give if my child leaves?

A term’s notice is required (by the final teaching day of your child’s penultimate term at the school), in writing to the Headmaster, for the withdrawal of a student or a term’s fee will be charged in lieu of notice.  If a term’s notice is not given the deposit will not be returned.

Are there any supplemental charges?

Where students are involved in a school trip involving additional costs such as theatre tickets, out of area transport etc, the cost for the activity will be outlined to parents in advance in order that a decision can be made by the parent whether or not they wish their child to participate.  The costs of these trips will be accrued for the previous term plus any advance charges for items such as instrumental hire and residential trips and added to the termly fee invoices.

Can my child bring their own lunch?

We provide a nutritional and healthy two course lunch during the school day (cooked in house) which includes a hot meal with the option to eat from the salad bar. Vegetarian options are also available and special dietary requirements can be arranged. Menus are displayed on our website here. Communal lunch is a key element of the school day at Kew House School and the school does not provide facilities for packed lunches. We are a NUT FREE school. 

Do you provide music instrumental tuition?

Kew House School offers instrumental tuition on a range of musical instruments during the school day.  Tuition is delivered by freelance instrumental tutors approved by the school.  The costs per lesson vary dependent on whether lessons are group or individual and on the instrument involved. Instrumental tutors will invoice parents direct for the costs of such tuition.

Does the school provide insurance policies?

Like all Independent schools, Kew House School has comprehensive operational insurance. Parents are asked to ensure that valuables such as musical instruments are included in their household policy.  Parents wishing to take out additional personal accident insurance or school fees insurance are advised to make their own arrangements.

Are there any discounts for siblings?

No sibling discount on fees is available.