It is the philosophy of Craigclowan that education is a broad field and we wish children to participate in all that is offered. Therefore, we charge an inclusive fee in order to reduce the number of additional charges. The exceptions, which are by arrangement, are for trips and outings, skiing and individual music tuition. From time to time there may be other charges made but these are always communicated to parents before end of term billing. Fees are payable in advance, on or before the first day of each term, whilst any extras are paid retrospectively. We have introduced a monthly payment scheme and any parents can discuss this method of payment with the Bursar.
Fees for the Academic Year 2018-19 are as follows:
£4,220 per child per term.
Information on sibling discounts is available upon request.
Fees may be settled in a lump sum if preferred and parents interested in this method of payment should contact the Bursar for details.
A registration fee of £150 is due for each child when making an application for Main School. A deposit of £500 will be charged with the first term's fee invoice. The deposit is refundable upon request on completion of Form 8. One term’s written notice of withdrawal is required at any stage after submission of an Admission Form, otherwise one term’s fees will be charged in lieu. No refund of fees can be granted for absences from school.
Perth and Kinross Council funding is available to children from the start of the term following their third birthday and this grant amount is deducted before billing. The figures below for the Winter Term 2018 are based on a 14 week term at £28.30 per session. Fees will be less in the Spring and Summer Terms, as these are, on average, 10 week terms.
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A registration fee of £150 is due for each child when making an application for Pre-school. A deposit of £200 will be charged with the first term’s fee invoice. A further deposit of £300 will be charged when entering Form 1. The deposit is refundable upon request on completion of Form 8.
In the best interests of the school, the Headmaster reserves the right to require a child to be withdrawn if he considers his or her behaviour could have a detrimental effect on other pupils. In this event, no allowance can be made for return of fees.