Sutton High School and the Girls' Day School Trust aim to provide a high quality education at a competitive cost.
As one of 23 GDST schools, the largest group of independent schools in the UK, we are able to benefit from economies of scale and to provide cost-effective central services. As a result, our fees compare very favourably with other independent schools and include many items which other schools charge as "extras", such as public examination fees, personal accident insurance, textbooks and careers advice.
Our fees per term for 2020/21
Reception and Year 1: £3,833
Years 2-6: £4,575
Years 7-13: £5,880
The Trustees of the GDST have agreed to maintain fees at the same rates as the 2019/2020 academic year for the duration of the 2020/2021 academic year. Fees will be reviewed for September 2021.
More about our fees
You can read more details about how our fees work below. If you have any questions, please do get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org / 020 8225 3001
Fees do not include school lunches. School lunches are mandatory for all girls in Reception to Year 11 (inclusive).
School lunches for Nursery to Year 4 cost £218 per term. For Nursery, this cost is charged on a pro rata basis because not all girls stay for lunch every day.
Lunches for Year 5 and above cost £228 per term.
Free entitlement funding
Currently, all qualifying girls in Nursery are eligible for the universal government grant, covering 15 hours of education per week. This is automatically deducted from fees.
In the academic year that girls turn three they have to attend a minimum of three sessions per week.
In the academic year that girls turn four they have to attend a minimum of six sessions per week.
A session is either a morning or afternoon. Lunch is only available to those who stay all day.
Payment of fees
Fees may be paid annually or termly in advance, or by monthly instalments (four per term). All fees must be paid by direct debit. The GDST also offers a prepaid scheme for which details are available on request.
Entrance registration fee and deposit
A non-refundable registration fee of £100 (£150 for overseas candidates) is charged for taking the entrance examination/assessment and is not transferable from one entrance year or sibling. A deposit of £1,000 is charged on the acceptance of a place and will be retained until the pupil leaves the school. The deposit will not be refunded if the place is not taken up.
My eldest has started university and we have realised how well prepared she was for work and life beyond school. She is confident, driven and able to stand to make herself heard – this is all down to the amazing opportunities she had at Sutton High and her hard work.Year 10 parent