Term Dates


At King’s College Saint Michaels, we 

have three terms each academic year:  

Autumn, Spring & Summer



There are no enforced exeats and 

no half-term holidays:  

guardianships are not required



Free transfers from London Heathrow 

or Birmingham International airports 

are provided on the below dates


Schedule of Fees 2018-19

         Fees are all-inclusive and payable termly by bank transfer, at least five weeks before the start of each term.  

Fees GBP £ per term (3 terms per year): On-campus residence

Year Group

Age

Enrolment fee*

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Total

9

13 – 14

1000

8,200

9,200

9,200

27,600

10

14 – 15

1000

8,200

9,200

9,200

27,600

11

15 – 16

1000

8,200

9,200

9,200

27,600

12

16 – 17

1000

8,200

9,200

9,200

27,600

13

17 – 18

1000

8,200

9,200

9,200

27,600

UFP

17 – 19

1000

8,200

9,200

9,200

27,600

*Enrolment fee non-refundable

 

Fees GBP £ per term (3 terms per year): Homestay family

Year Group

Age

Enrolment

fee*

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Total

 9

13 – 14

1000

8,900

9,900

9,900

29,700

 10

14 – 15

1000

8,900

9,900

9,900

29,700

 11

15 – 16

1000

8,900

9,900

9,900

29,700

 12

16 – 17

1000

8,900

9,900

9,900

29,700

 13

17 – 18

1000

8,900

9,900

9,900

29,700

 UFP

17 – 19

1000

8,900

9,900

9,900

29,700

 

FEES INCLUDE:

  • Selected academic programme tuition
  • English language tuition: up to ten weekly classes
  • Use of textbooks and loan of Chromebook
  • Specialist university application guidance and support
  • External examination fees (first entry)
  • Personal tutor and House Parent
  • Pastoral support including on-campus medical clinic
  • School uniform, including winter coat and sports kit
  • Modern on-campus residential accommodation
  • Full board: four meals per day
  • Laundry Service
  • Varied weekday extra-curricular sports & social programme
  • Minimum of 2-3 selected weekend excursions & activities per term
  • Transfers from/to selected airports on published dates
  • Specialist Tier 4 visa application support
  • Free Wi-Fi across campus

1.      School fees are paid termly at least five weeks before the start of each term.  There are three terms per academic year. However, in some cases for Visa Requirements payment may be required up front for the full academic year. Prices are normally revised in September for the next academic year.

 

2.     A non-refundable Admissions Fee of £70 is charged for each student making a formal application to the school. This fee is due to be paid prior to any application being handled.

 

3.     Students joining the school are charged a non-returnable enrolment fee of £1,000 per student payable on acceptance of a place at the school. This fee is deductible against the first term’s fees. No reimbursement will be made in case of cancellation of a place at any time.

  

4.     All fees must be paid by bank transfer. School fee invoices will be raised and presented two months before the start of term and must be paid at least five weeks before the student arrives. Fees paid by bank transfer will be subject to an additional £20.00 charge to cover UK bank charges from overseas accounts. Fees may be paid by cheque in Pounds Sterling (£) and should be made payable to “Saint Michael’s College (Tenbury) Limited”, cheques will be subject to an additional £20.00 charge to cover UK bank charges from overseas accounts and must clear before the student arrives.

 

5.     For all students who have not given notice by 15th November, an annual non re-fundable re-enrolment fee is included in the school fee invoice for the second term each year and is deducted from the school fees for the first term of the next academic year.

 

6.      A Refundable Damage Deposit (RDD) of £1,000 is charged with the first term’s fee to cover school equipment or property loaned to the student during the entire length of their stay at the school. Should the student incur no damage charges, this fee will be returned no later than 1st November in the year the student has permanently left the school. The RDD is required to be “topped up” should any student incur any damages that academic year to school property, that is to say the £1000 should be complete at the start of each academic year. PLEASE NOTE: THE RDD CANNOT BE USED FOR POCKET MONEY OR SCHOOL ACTIVITIES.

 

7.      An Activities Deposit (AD) of £750 is charged with the first term’s fee to cover the student’s participation in any optional activities/excursions which are not part of the standard curriculum. Should a student wish to partake in any such activity during the academic year, the school will deduct the cost from this fund. The remainder (or should no deductions be made) will be returned no later than 1st November in the year the student has permanently left the school. For each new academic year the student returns, a top up will be required to bring the balance back to the original £750.00 and a detailed statement will be provided.

8.      An additional charge is made for external examination re-sits e.g iGCSE, A Levels. The corresponding amounts are deducted from the Activities Deposit where applicable.

 

9.     Pocket Money is not supplied by the school and it is helpful for students to hold a UK bank account. This will enable the student to autonomously deduct funds from their account as required. We strongly recommend that students do not bring large amounts of cash with them to the school. In the event that this is the only way, then the money will be held safely and securely by Accounts Department and issued on a weekly basis. 

10.  Additional charges such as Private Tuition or classes which are not part of the curriculum (e.g. holiday tuition,  music classes)  are not included in the school fees and will be deducted from the Activities Deposit.


11. A full school uniform (including winter jacket and sports kit) is issued to the student at the start of the academic year.  Should any replacement items need to be purchased, these are chargeable and will be deducted from the Activities Deposit.

 

12.  Academic Year fees (Residential or Homestay) both include the provision of the following services for all students: academic tuition programme; accommodation and full board; school uniform (inc. winter jacket & sports kit) issued once at the start of each new academic year; use of textbooks per academic year; loan of a Google Chromebook; examination fees (first-entry only); specialist guidance for university application process; regular educational visits; pastoral care (personal tutor, school nurse, PHSE classes); extensive and varied cultural, sports and extra-curricular programme; at least 8 excursions annually to places of interest; regular weekend coach travel to local cities; weekly laundry service; transfers to and from London Heathrow and Birmingham International airports on the designated date of arrival and departure; specialist Tier 4 visa application support. 

 

13.  Families are referred to the Declaration they signed on the school Application Form stating that they would abide by the conditions of the School, including the payment of fees and charges.