Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries

Campbell College offers something unique - an environment that welcomes, challenges and inspires boys from 3-18. Our fees for Kindergarten, Junior, Senior and Boarding are itemised below. In addition, we can offer 'wrap-around care' facilities for our Kindergarten and Junior pupils with a Breakfast Club and an After-School Club on campus, the costs of which are listed below.

Fees include: all tuition and textbooks.  For Boarders they also include meals, laundry and basic medical costs. Boys will be charged for purchases from the school shop, taxis and trips to the cinema etc.

Fees 2017-18

Junior School

(Kindergarten - Year 7)

Per Term

Per Annum

Junior School day tuition Years 1-3

 

£4,025

Junior School day tuition Years 4-7

 

£4,320

Kindergarten per hour

 

£5.40

Wrap around care Breakfast Club per hour

 

£2.60

Wrap around care After School Club per hour

 

£5.40

Senior School 

(Years 8-14)

Per Term

Per Annum

Senior School day tuition

 

£2,630

Senior School day tuition (non EU passport holder)

 

£8,120

Boarding

(Years 8-14)

Per Term

Per Annum

Boarding fee including tuition (EU passport holder)

£4,561

£13,685

Boarding fee including tuition (non EU passport holder)

£6,391

£19,175

 

Payment

When parents are offered a Boarding place and they wish to accept this a deposit of £1,000 will be due. This will be set against the final term’s invoice in the final year.

Invoices

Boarding invoices are issued at the beginning of each term and will be settled promptly. Pupils will not be allowed to return to College if the previous term’s fees remain unpaid. Please note that the College may move to a payment in advance (one term) at some future date.

Day boy invoices are invoiced in September and January, alternatively you may elect to pay by direct debit over a period of 10 months.

Scholarships

Our Campbell Scholars Programme encourages academic performance and rewards academic achievement offering up to 50% contribution towards fees from the College at each Key Stage throughout the Senior School.   In addition, all our Campbell Scholars are recognised at our annual ‘Scholars’ Dinner’ and for our Key Stage 5 Scholars through the presentation of Green ‘Honours’ Blazers.

Bursaries 

Each academic year the College commits to offer at least one full bursary at year 8. This bursary carries on throughout the duration of the student’s days at Campbell College – dependent on continued performance - and covers 100% of the capital fees plus an additional 10% contribution to cover uniform costs and sundries. This full bursary is open to students currently eligible for Free School Meals assistance who achieve an AQE score of 115 and above / 85th percentile and above in  GL.  There will be an interview process for selection of the successful applicant and the offer is subject to the ongoing provision of satisfactory reports and attendance records.

These changes represent a commitment from our Board of Governors to recognise and reward academic achievement but to also enable those pupils who would otherwise not be in the position to choose Campbell due to our fees the opportunity to do so.

Find out how a bursary changed somebody’s life: Click HERE 

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If you would like to donate in support of Campbell College’s Full Bursary Programme, please don’t hesitate to contact Suzy McIlveen, Alumni Relations & Fundraising Manager, to speak in confidence and at time to suit you: 028 90 76 3076 / smcilveen@campbellcollege.co.uk