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Your College fees are for tuition, welfare, most activities and accommodation only. If you have catered accommodation your meals will also be included in the costs. Please note that you will not be entitled to a refund if you miss meals.


  • During Christmas vacation (15 December 2019-4 January 2020), the Boarding Houses close completely and we are unable to accommodate students.
  • Students may stay in the Boarding Houses during the half-term holidays and there is no charge charge for students aged 16 or over. Students aged under 16 must participate in activities which are charged at £200 per week.
  • There is a weekly charge for students who remain over the Easter vacation (6-17 April 2020). You will need to tell us at the start of term if you wish to stay for the Easter vacation.

Additional finances

You will need additional finances to pay for the ongoing costs of your education. This includes expenses such as:

  • Trips
  • Books
  • Taxis
  • College Photographs

Float Account

You may either cover these costs from your personal finances, or through a ‘float account’ managed by the College. You or your parents can fund this account as necessary, and the College can then give you an agreed amount of pocket money each week. A float account is managed by the College. It’s designed to help students look after their money, and can also be used to help cover College expenses. You should have received a float account registration form from the Admissions Team. If you’d like to set up a float account, please do this before you arrive.

Self-catered students

Self-catered students can buy food and drink during the day. If you would like to regularly eat one or more meals in the College, you will need to pay for the whole term’s meals in advance at the beginning of term. The Finance Officer will be able to help you with this.

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