Fees & Scholarships
At Loyola our fees are reviewed annually by the Board of Governors to ensure excellent value for money covering tuition costs, lunch, books, stationery and some timetabled after-school extra curricular activities (Rec-Y6).
£4,237 Termly Fee (Academic Year 23/24) - Kindergarten to Rudiments (Y6)
Educational visits and other excursions are charged separately to fees at £25 per term. Extended residential trips (which usually take place in Figures Y5 and Rudiments Y6) incur an additional charge as do certain extra-curricular activities if they are provided by additional specialist staff.
Uniform cost is paid directly to the supplier.
Parents should note that in Lower Kindergarten there is provision for half-day attendance. Morning sessions are from 8.30am until 12.30pm including lunch. (Please see admissions criteria for further information).
There is a 10% discount for younger brothers in Early Years (Lower Kindergarten, Upper Kindergarten and Reception), which applies while the older brother(s) remains at Loyola. This is applicable to half brothers as well.
Childcare vouchers and Taxfree childcare payments are accepted towards fees up to and including the term a pupil turns five. These vouchers/payments are also accepted towards, breakfast clubs, homework clubs, after-school club and The Loyola Holiday Club throughout all year groups.
The termly fees fall due for payment on the first day of term and the school requires a full term's notice for withdrawal.
An administrative charge will be levied on overdue accounts at a rate to be advised from time to time.
Registration fee: £50 (to accompany application form - not refundable)
Entrance Fee: £1,000 (payable upon acceptance of a place at the school)
This entrance fee is made up of a £250 non-refundable payment (which covers set up administration costs) and £750 which will be deducted from your son’s last term’s fees in Rudiments (year 6). If an accepted school place is not taken up, the whole £1,000 is forfeited and is not refundable.
Hume Scholarships involving a reduction in fees (normally of 50% of the Whitsun Term fee) are awarded annually to existing pupils with strong academic potential. The children must have attended Loyola's Lower school and must plan to attend the Upper school. Based upon end-of-year exams in English and maths in Pre Prep 2 (Year 2), the scholarships apply to the entire four years in Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6), subject to performance.
Hume Scholars often go on to gain scholarships at 11+ to a variety of schools including Bancroft's, Chigwell, City of London Boys', Forest and St Edmund's College.
Loyola will consider bursary applications for boys currently in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 based on availability, income and ability. Parents should use the forms below and return them to the school office.