Considering sending your child to Woodbridge? Here, you’ll find an easy reference guide to our termly and annual fees. Contact our Admissions Team to obtain a prospectus or arrange a visit to view the School at a time convenient to you.
For the academic year 2021-2022
Including lunch and free after school care until 4.30pm
Including lunch and free Homework club until 5.00pm
Day: Years 7-8
Day: Years 9-13
Including lunch and free Homework club until 6.00pm
Included in the fees:
Lunches for day pupils and all meals for boarders
Homework clubs as above
All whole Year and compulsory school trips and activities
The majority of options within the activities programme ***
Use of textbooks **
Incidental costs for Art and Design subjects
Membership of the ‘Old Woodbridgians’ (Senior School only)
Personal Accident insurance (Group Policy) ****
Travel Insurance covering most school trips ****
Additional activity fees:
* A discount of 10% is available for T club bookings of two evenings plus, made for a whole term in advance. Late collection is charged at £2.00 per five minutes or part thereof. ** A charge will be made at the end of the academic year for any non-returned books at their full replacement cost. *** Certain activities in particular those off site or where an external coach is present may incur an extra charge, where this is the case parents will be notified in advance of the charges applicable. **** Further details of these policies are obtainable from the School Office.
External examination costs
External examination fees (including music and LAMDA examinations) are not included in the fees above, and will be billed in addition at the prevailing rate.
Day Pupils: £50 per child Boarding: £100 per child
Day Pupils: £500 Boarding (UK and EU): £1000 Boarding (overseas – non EU): one term’s fees
Friends of Woodbridge School subscription:
£10 one-off fee per family
Set of 2 locker padlocks:
£32 per pupil. (One-off charge upon joining the school)
Payment of fees
There are two ways to pay fees for the School:
Our preferred method of payment is by direct debit from a UK bank account. This is a simple and convenient way of paying school fees. You will still receive a termly bill as normal prior to the collection date which will provide details of the amounts due.
We offer two direct debit payment options for fees:
Termly direct debit – where the fees for each term are collected in full on or shortly after the first day of each term
Monthly direct debit – where each term’s fees are collected over three equal monthly instalments. The collection dates are:
Michaelmas term – on or after the first of September, October and November
Lent term – on or after the first of January, February and March
Trinity term – on or after the first of April, May and June
Any extras on the fee bill will be collected by direct debit termly on or after the first day of the next term.
If you wish to pay by bank transfer or cheque, payment must be received in cleared funds on or before the start of each term.
The bank details for payment are included on your fee bill or can be obtained from the Income and Fees Administrator. Please ensure the pupil’s name and reference number are included in the payment reference. Cheques should be addressed to Woodbridge School for the attention of the Income and Fees Administrator.
Please note that we do not accept cash as payment for fees.
For international payments, our preferred method of payment is by using Flywire. Flywire allows you to pay from almost any country and any bank. They also offer excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save money, compared to traditional banks.
Pay international fees
Alternatively, payments can be made by bank transfer as above. Please ensure the pupil’s name and reference number are included in the payment reference.
For all queries or correspondence on fees, please contact Martin Champion, Income and Fees Administrator. If you do anticipate any difficulties in meeting payments please contact Martin as soon as possible. We prefer to hear early on about any potential issues and will always deal with your case with complete confidentiality.