Fees, Scholarships & Bursaries

Fees, Scholarships And Bursaries


School Fees 2024-2025

School fees for The Gregg Schools are as follows:

Year Group Termly Fee Annual Fee
Reception, 1 and 2 £3,543 £10, 629
3 and 4 £3,593 £10,779
5 and 6 £3,643 £10,929
7 and 8 £5,556 £16,668
9, 10 and 11 £5,634 £16,902

Fees are payable on or before the first day of term and can be paid termly, annually in advance or monthly.

Fees include textbooks, stationery and most co-curricular activities but do not include the costs of entry for external examinations, individual learning support or EAL Hub lessons, off-site or residential visits, school transport, private music lessons or school lunches.

We offer a sibling discount of 5% to assist parents with a second child attending either The Gregg or The Gregg Prep schools at the same time, a third and subsequent child attracts a 10% sibling discount.

We also offer a 10% military discount to serving members of the armed forces.

A non-refundable deposit of £350 is required on acceptance of a place offer. The deposit will be returned separately in August for those in Year 11 once all items belonging to the school are returned. If a student leaves prior to Year 11 the deposit will be returned based on the conditions above.

A full term's notice in writing, or payment in lieu of notice, is required before withdrawal of a pupil. Interest will be added at the rate of 2% per month to accounts which are paid late.


Scholarships

On entry to The Gregg School, a small number of Academic, Art, Music and Sport Scholarships are awarded each year, which attract a reduction in fees of between 10%-33%. Entry into the Academic Scholarship is automatic for those entering the main Year 7 Entrance Assessment day.

Those wishing to apply for the Art, Music or Sports Scholarships can do this as part of the online application, by Friday 10th January 2025. The Art and Music Scholarship assessments will take place in January in advance of the Entrance Assessment day which will take place on Saturday 25th January 2025.

Academic

There is no need to apply for an Academic Scholarship as these are awarded to the top performers in our main Entrance Assessment on Saturday 25th January 2025. Students may be offered from 10% to 33% discount on fees which stays with them throughout their education at the school, subject to certain criteria.

Art

The Art Scholarship assessment consists of two parts:

1) A creative task of 1½ hours which explores drawing and a range of media. This will take place in the art room on 22nd  January 2025.

2) Presentation of a portfolio containing at least 10 examples of the applicant’s drawings, paintings or craft work that have been created at home or in school. Your child should be ready to talk about their portfolio when they come in to school for the creative task.

music

Applicants should be able to play their chosen instrument or sing at Grade 3 standard or above. Your child will be asked to perform with their instrument at the

Music Scholarship assessment day on 21st January 2025.

They should be prepared to:

  • Perform two contrasting pieces of their choice.
  • Play scales and arpeggios or sing at sight.
  • Play/sing a piece of previously unseen music.
  • Perform aural (listening) tests.

The music tests will be at the candidate’s current grade.

sport

To apply for the Sport Scholarship, your child should be at least county standard in their sport and demonstrate qualities of leadership. Sports scholars possess potential to be a significant sporting credit to the school.

Applicants will need to submit a detailed written report to the Registrar by Friday 10th January 2025. Please detail current standing, sports achievements and team memberships, providing evidence and testimonials to support the application.

 


Bursaries

The Gregg School can award a number of means-tested bursaries each year.

To apply for a bursary, tick the bursary application box within the online application form - thegregg.applicaa.com

Our bursary team will send you a Bursary Application Form to complete.

As this is a means-tested award, you will need to detail all income and expenditure within the form. Awards are made up to a maximum of 50% off school fees. School transport, meals and trips are additional to school fees.

For more information, please contact our Deputy Bursar, Mrs A Gibson on amg@thegreggschools.org

 


Fees in Advance

We have recently reviewed our Fees in Advance Scheme. The objective of this scheme is to provide a method where the cost of your child’s education at The Gregg Schools Trust can be reduced by making an advance lump sum payment. Further information on the scheme and details of how to apply can be found here.