Fees, with effect from 1st September 2018
Fees, with effect from 1st September 2019
Payment of fees
Bredon School has partnered with Flywire to make your UK and international payments safe and easy. Flywire allows you to pay from almost any country by bank transfer, credit card and other local payment methods.
How to make a payment with Flywire:
Go to bredonschool.flywire.com
• Select your country of origin and preferred payment method
• Enter your payment details and receive confirmation of your payment booking
• Track your payment from start to finish on your student dashboard
To make your payment, please click on the box ‘Pay Online’.
A bursary is means-tested financial support for school fees. Bursary support is based on an assessment of financial circumstances and considers capital assets, income, investments and savings.
Although the school has no legacy income, it puts aside a limited amount of funding to support pupils who cannot afford to pay school fees, including pupils who are already in the school and whose families have suffered sudden and unexpected hardship.
The school retains full discretion to decide who does or does not satisfy the criteria for a bursary, taking into account all relevant information.
Applying for a Bursary
Before applying for a bursary, parents should satisfy themselves that they are likely to fulfil the means-testing criteria as included in the Bursary Policy.
In order to apply for a bursary please contact the Bursar at email@example.com
HM Forces Families
Bredon School is proud to support our Forces and we offer discounts on fees of 10% to service families who are eligible for the Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA). The MoD offers the Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) to:
- help provide continuity of education for a child;
- enable the spouse of a Service person (SP) to accompany them on postings.
CEA is available for children aged eight years and over. There is a junior and senior rate of CEA – which is not related to rank.