New Day Fee Announced
Sherborne Girls is pleased to launch a revised fee structure for day students from September 2016.
Sherborne Girls delivers a busy and full programme of activities aimed at providing the best possible education for those families seeking a full boarding school environment but the school also appreciates that this is an attractive offering for a number of local families too. The school very much values its day girls and feel that they are an integral part of the Sherborne Girls’ community. It therefore hopes to be able to broaden access to the school by offering two tiers of fee structure for day pupils in the Lower Fifth to Lower Sixth years.
The two options available from September 2016 are ‘Day Boarder’ or ‘Day Girl’:
‘Day Boarders’ are those girls who wish to stay overnight on the odd occasion and for whom a bed space will be made available on request. Overnight stays will be added to the school bill and girls can expect to have a bed and space to work, as well as appropriate room to store their personal belongings. The fee for ‘Day Boarders’ will be £7,770 per term (with the appropriate percentage increase in fees for Sept 2016 as agreed by the Governors in June).
‘Day Girls’, unlike ‘Day Boarders’, will not have an option to stay in school at any time and therefore will invariably live close to the school so that they can fully participate in all the activities the school has to offer. There will be no option for the girls to stay overnight but there will be space to study and store their personal effects in one of the mixed-age boarding houses. The fee for day girls will be £6,315 per term (with the appropriate percentage increase in fees for Sept 2016 as agreed by the Governors in June).
Sherborne Girls hopes that the new cost structure will enable the school to offer a competitive day fee to local families whilst still ensuring that day girls, and their families, feel fully involved in the busy life of a boarding school.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01935 812245Published: May 26 2016