Senior School Current Fees
For School Year 2018-19: £5,350 per term
Individual instrumental music lessons are arranged directly with the visiting music staff.
Learning Support Individual lessons start from £445 per term.
New Entrants - Senior School
Application and Entrance Examination fee £100
(payable on completion of application form and non-refundable).
Acceptance fee: £500
(Payable on acceptance of place and refunded when pupil completes their education at OLA, less anything owing for missing books etc.)
Nursery and Junior School
Nursery to Year 2: £3,158 per term
Year 3 and Year 4: £3,653 per term
Year 5 and Year 6: £4,383 per term
We are delighted to offer 15 hours free education under the Early Years Scheme, and for those who start school on a part-time basis. See below for further details.
Hot lunches: £4.50 per day (Compulsory for Years 1 to 6)
After School Care (4.00 pm-5.30 pm)
£8.00 per session if booked termly in advance
£8.30 per session if booked on a daily basis
Ballet at £65 per term
Learning Support: Lessons by arrangement
New Entrants Junior School
Registration Fee: £100 (payable on completion of application form and non-returnable)
Deposit: £300 - payable on acceptance of place and refunded when pupil completes their education at OLA, less anything owing for missing books etc.)
Fees are due on or before the first day of each term. A full term’s notice is required if a pupil is to be withdrawn from the school, or an optional subject. A term’s fees are payable in lieu if due notice is not given.
Bursaries may be awarded following the completion of a financial statement by the candidate's parents. A special form is provided for this purpose. When awarding bursaries, the committee will always take into consideration each applicant's potential for contributing to the ethos and life of the OLA community.
The value of a Bursary will be re-assessed annually and may go up or down depending on current family circumstances. Special consideration for Bursary funding will be given to children whose parents are practising Catholics and who, where possible, attend Catholic primary schools. The continuation of a bursary is dependent upon good school reports for effort, participation and behaviour.
The school will at any time consider a Bursary application in respect of an existing pupil if their future education is jeopardised by unforeseen financial problems. Preference will be given to any pupil who is at a sensitive stage in his / her school career.
Bursary application form