Nursery: The morning sessions in the Nursery start at 8.30am until 12.15pm, inclusive of lunch, and are charged at £40 per session. The afternoon sessions are from 12.15pm - 3.15pm and cost £30. 1 to 10 sessions are available per week. Full Day rate £70 inclusive of lunch.
|Nursery: (based on 10 sessions per week and 34 weeks per year, inclusive of lunches)||£3,950.00|
|Preparatory: Reception to Year 6 (inclusive of lunches)||£4,590.00|
|Senior School: Years 7 - 11 (inclusive of lunches)||£5,725.00|
|Sixth Form: Years 12 & 13 (inclusive of lunches)||£5,725.00|
|Registration fee: non-returnable||£100.00|
|Old Babingtonians: an annual charge in Autumn term of £20.00|
|Babington House School Friends Association (PTA): a termly charge per family of £18.00|
|Insurance: £6.00 per term|
Breakfast Club is for all students: 07:30 - 08:30 £8.50 per child
After School Club (ages 4 – 12) 3.15pm – 4.15pm (fixed fee) £9.00 per child
4.15pm – 6.00pm £2.50 per quarter hour
Late collection charge after 6.00pm per every 10 minutes or part thereof £10.00
All Fees and Charges are payable by Direct Debit and Supplemental Charges will be advised and payable via ParentPay. .
Payment Collection Advice (please see the full Terms & Conditions available on request from the School Office).
For the first term, these are due upon acceptance of a place, and become payable on presentation of an account by the Bursar. Payment of School fees are payable by direct debit only and may be made either termly on 1 September, 1 January and 1 April, by direct debit OR by 10 monthly direct debit instalment on the first day of each month from September to June inclusive. Should you wish to pay annually for your School fees please contact the Finance Department prior to the start of the Autumn term. Annual invoices will be issued prior to the start of the Autumn term (Nursery invoices will be issued termly). The school does not accept cash, cheques or bank transfers for fee payments.
Supplemental charges and extra-curricular clubs are payable via your ParentPay Account and are due by the date advised. Any school trips or workshops will also be charged via your ParentPay Account and are payable by the specified date.
A pupil may be excluded from the School at any time fees are unpaid. The right is reserved to make late payment charges of simple interest calculated on a daily basis at 1.5% per month, from the first day of each term and all administration and legal costs in relation to any sums that are unpaid by the due date. A £100 administration charge is payable for any payment that is late or cancelled without prior notice being given to The Bursar. Parents shall indemnify the school against all costs and expenses (including any legal costs and expenses on a full indemnity basis) incurred or sustained by the school in recovering sums due in each case without prejudice to any other rights or remedies available to the school.
A full term's notice of removal must be given in writing on or before the first day of term, two terms for Nursery pupils, prior to the leaving date or payment of a full term's fees will be required in default of such notice. A full term's notice to commence or discontinue optional subjects is also required.
Transport to and from School
Babington House School operates a mini bus service to collect students and bring them into school and provides a return trip home five days a week. This is charged at £7.00 per journey or £12.00 if a return trip is taken on the same day. Late collection after 6.00pm is charged at £10.00 per every 10 minutes or part thereof. Please contact the Headmaster's PA for further information on the mini bus service and routes available - email@example.com
Jasmine who studied Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics comments “The small classes and the exceptionally supportive teachers made the step-up from GCSE to A level a lot easier. Babington House School has provided me with great new opportunities and a brilliant sixth form experience. Having studied four difficult academic A levels I was supported throughout. I am delighted with my A level results and am now very excited about my next steps after leaving school."
“At Babington the communication between staff and pupils is excellent. The small class sizes help you to focus and get extra help if needed. In the two years I've spent at Babington I have been surrounded by people who have a drive for me to succeed, which is inspiring. I have been given opportunities that would not have been available to me at any other sixth form. The teachers and staff always go the extra mile for the students and I cannot believe how fast my time at Babington has gone." Chloe studied Maths, Further Maths, and Biology.
Pedro, a Maths and Science student says, “Not only does the school provide great experiences outside of school, it also provides lots of chances during school – like the UK maths challenge and having your own society – it provides support to take part in anything you want to do. Because of Babington, we were able to achieve incredible results and go off to great Universities. With the sixth form being small compared to others, the school is able to concentrate so much knowledge and care onto one student. There is a constant sense of belonging that will never fade."
Zach, who also studied Maths and Science says, "I would like to thank everyone who has made my time at Babington House as enjoyable as it has been. Without this opportunity I don't think I would be able to achieve as much as I have so far. Although there aren't many of use, we have bonded well as a unit and have formed friendships that will last a lifetime."
"Coming to Babington House has given me lots of fun memories, the chance to be taught by great teachers who are always willing to help us reach our goals, and has allowed me to meet so many smart and talented individuals who have made the past two years truly enjoyable!" says Mariam who studied Maths, Further Maths, Biology and Chemistry.
On leaving sixth form Nifemi comments "For me there is no singular memory that could encapsulate the constant feeling of belonging at Babington House. The greetings every morning from various teachers even those who did not teach me, the few words of encouragement during exam season, even just a smile. I have had a truly fantastic time and the saying is true, big things come in small packages for in this small school I have made great friends."
Ryan-Mark studied English Literature, History and Politics. He said “Babington House pushes you to do well, there is an expectation to always do your best and improve each time. I was supported with my academic studies as well as outside the classroom; for example, I’ve had work experience at the Houses of Parliament, Matrix Chambers, American Internal Group and more. A friendly community of students, teachers and parents make this school unique.”
Florence studied English, Maths and German. She said “I can honestly say Babington has been the best experience of my life. The staff and pupils are equally as friendly and willing to help, not just with academic issues, but personal too. I know that once I leave Babington (after 13 years!) I will be a well-rounded individual who is able to work both in a team and independently. The level of education at Babington is second-to-none, and I am sure that the skills I've developed will be called upon all through my life. The teachers here push you, but in a way that is constructive, and it really does make you work hard. I know that I wouldn't have reached the stage I am at now without the teachers' support and persistence.”
“It’s been good to have a change from an all boys’ school”, comments Ed; “The move to a co-educational Sixth Form has enabled me to adapt to different situations and is preparing me for life at University and beyond. The work experience is a massive bonus and makes you learn faster and grow in confidence.”
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