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Year 5 girls having fun outside
Year 4 dressed in their games kit sitting on the fields

Fees and Regulations

September 2019 - July 2020

Termly Fee
Nursery Each Morning Session £417
  Each Afternoon Session £340

A session consists of the same weekday morning or afternoon throughout an entire term. Parents can choose as many or as few sessions as they wish. When children attend a morning and afternoon session on the same day they are given lunch and looked after for the whole day.

Yateley Manor participates in the Hampshire Early Years Scheme for children aged three and four and your entitlement for up to 15 hours per week is without charge (subject to the scheme regulations). Where the entitlement finishes part way through a session, the remainder of the session is charged at £6 per hour (or part thereof) per week, including after school care.  The above fees are therefore indicative only and actual fees/lunchtime charges will depend on days and hours chosen.

Pre-Prep Year 1 and Reception £3840
  Year 2 £4062
Prep Years 3 and 4 £4935
  Years 5 to 8 £5265





  • daily morning snack, choice of cooked lunch or salad, and afternoon snack
  • supervision before school from 8.00 am onwards
  • in Pre-Prep, supervision after school until 4.30 pm when clubs start
  • all after school activities in Pre-Prep and Prep from 4.30 to 5.30 pm
  • in Prep, supervision after clubs until 6.30 pm
  • in Pre-Prep, supervision after clubs until 6.00 pm
  • five residential field trips, one each in Years 5 and 6, and a language course for Year 7 in France and courses in Years 7 and 8.

  • all educational one-day trips in the UK which take place on normal school days

  • all class tuition, text, exercise, library books, basic stationery and equipment

  • all on-site sports and equipment and travel to school matches within the UK


Optional extras not included in the termly fee:
Music instrument hire, per term (except small violins) £46
Small violin hire, per term £26
Individual music tuition, per 30 minute lesson £19
Individual Learning Support tuition, per 30 minute lesson £30
Horse riding, per two hour session, excluding transport £33

Full English breakfast and supervision from 8 am, per day

(£25.00 for 10 bought in advance)


Continental breakfast and supervision from 8 am, per day 

(£13.00 for 10 bought in advance)

Nursery lunchtime session (including lunch) £6
Chess Masterclass, per 90 minute lesson £9
School Coach, termly  -  1st Child: all areas £340
School Coach, sibling on same coach as 1st child  –  all areas £170
Above coach charges are for 10 journeys per week booked in advance, fewer booked journeys are charged pro-rata. Ad hoc journeys are charged at £4


External Examinations for music, ballet, GCSEs and Common Entrance are chargeable extras. The cost of the examination will be notified to parents prior to exam entry

Payment is normally by ten monthly direct debit instalments beginning in the July of each year unless otherwise agreed by the school, with all fees payable in full on or before the first day of each term and any account not settled in this way will be surcharged by 2% per month or part thereof. Termly and Coach fees, and any insurances, are charged in advance, any extras in arrears.  Different arrangements are in place for the Nursery.

Reductions on the Termly Fee are available for children of former pupils and for siblings. Please contact the Registrar for details. Payment of a year’s fees in advance (by 22nd July) results in a £200 reduction for Years 1 and above. Otherwise payment of fees is by monthly direct debit unless otherwise agreed by the school. Missed payments result in a £30 admin charge per missed payment.

The Registration Fee of £100 covers administration and assessment. It is not returnable.

The Deposit of £500 is due as confirmation of parental intention before a child finally joins the school. This is held until the pupil leaves, when it is returned at the end of the last term. It is not returned in any other way. Please note that if a pupil leaves at the end of Nursery and does not join Reception, the deposit is not returnable.

Damage and loss to school property. Where damage is caused to School property through a pupil’s negligence or wanton behaviour, or where School belongings, such as textbooks, are lost by a pupil, the parents’ account will be charged with the full cost of repair or replacement.

Withdrawal and notice. In accordance with I.A.P.S. regulations a full term’s notice is required before the premature removal of a child and in default of such notice a full term’s fees will be charged. Notice must be in writing on or before the first day of term and is a contractual obligation, which the Headmaster is not at liberty to waive. The responsibility of a full term’s fees is incurred the moment a place is accepted in which case notice of withdrawal must reach the School not later than the first day of the term prior to that in which the pupil was to enter.  The deposit is not refundable.

The Headmaster has the right, should he consider circumstances warrant such action, to require the immediate removal of a pupil. In this event, no claim shall arise for the remission or return of any portion of fees for that term.

Rebate of fees for absence from school is not given and parents should enrol in the School Fees Refund Scheme.  Full details of this scheme is sent to parents when their children first join the School.  It is the Parents’ duty to ensure that all pupils’ property is fully insured when at School.

Health. Parents will inform the School of any notifiable or dangerous diseases. If a pupil requires emergency medical treatment every effort will be made to obtain the prior consent of the parent or guardian, but where this is impossible in the time available, the Headmaster, or his appointed representative, acting in loco parentis, is authorised to give valid consent to such treatment, including anaesthetic or operation, as may be recommended by the doctor.

Dangerous objects and substances. No pupils shall bring dangerous or illegal objects or substances to school.

Pupils’ money and expensive belongings. Expensive items or large amounts of money should not normally be brought to School, but if they are then they should be handed to a member of Staff or the School Office for safekeeping. For details regarding mobile phones please refer to our mobile phone policy which can be found on our web site.