Pre-Nursery to Year 6 - January 2021
£60 Registration Fee (non-refundable)
£500 Acceptance Deposit (please see School’s Terms & Conditions for information on how and when the Acceptance Deposit may be refunded).
Nursery children need to attend for a minimum of 5 sessions. Further details of the admission procedure for Nursery can be found here: Nursery Admissions Policy
Nursery morning sessions: 8.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.
Nursery afternoon sessions: 1.00 p.m. – 3.30 p.m.
Funded sessions at St Michael’s School are Monday-Friday 9.00 am – 12.00 noon.
Full time £2,658
5 mornings £1,709
|Without Funding||With Funding|
|Without Funding||With Funding|
Our current enrichment classes include Speech & Drama, Cookery, French, Mindful Moves, Ballet and Music (these maybe subject to change), and are included in the above fees.
Please note funding invoices will vary term to term due to the number of weeks in each term.
For further information regarding the Local Authority Nursery Education funding for 3 & 4-year-olds, please contact Mrs Diana Howers the School Bursar.
We accept Tax Free Childcare and Childcare Vouchers for tuition fees until the age of 5 years. Thereafter we only accept them for early morning and after school care or chargeable extra subjects.
|Pre-Preparatory (Years 1 & 2)||£3,623|
|Preparatory (Years 3 & 4)||£3,875|
|Preparatory (Years 5 & 6)||£4,148|
School fees include lunch, educational and residential visits, all clubs and activities with the exception of music lessons and the LAMDA Drama Club.
We offer a £100 sibling discount for second & subsequent children attending at the same time.
A full term’s notice of withdrawal from the School is required to be given in writing to the Headmaster, no later than the first day of term. Where such notice is not given, a term’s fees will be charged in lieu of notice.
|Hire of instrument for first term||£25 (increasing £5 per term to a maximum of £35)|
|Instrumental – per 1/4 of an hour||£100|
|Instrumental – per half of an hour||£200|
|Percussion per usage||£15|
|Recorders (Years 4 – 6)||£15|
|String Group (Year 2)||£45|
|Music theory per 20 minutes||£20|
* All children in Years 3-6 who have instrumental lessons are required to have a weekly theory lesson.
Withdrawal from a music activity will also require a full term’s notice as the music peripatetic teachers must also be provided with sufficient notice of a change in hours.
Clubs will be offered once restrictions in bubbles have been eased unless the club can be deemed just for one bubble.
7.30 am – 8.15 am £6 per day
Note: Siblings of a child attending early morning care will receive a 50% discount
4.00 pm – 5.00 pm £8 per day (includes drink/snack)
Late collection charges apply after 5.00 pm
Note: If a child has to go into after school care due to a sibling undertaking an after school activity, the charge shall be 10% of the full charge.
St. Michael’s offers bursaries decided on a case by case basis. Please contact Mrs Diana Howers, the School Bursar to discuss if you think you are eligible, and read our Bursary Policy document for further details.
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“After a lengthy search in West Oxfordshire at numerous other private schools, I found none of them were a patch on St Michael's. They had huge grounds, impressive sporting and drama facilities, however the special family/nurturing feel we've always loved about St Michael's just wasn't there at all. I decided that if we couldn't find a school which measured up to St Michael's, then there was little point in moving, so we stopped the house move and are remaining where we are.”
- Mrs Falconer, Parent
“During my time at St Michaels, not only did I really enjoy it, I found that I wasn’t scared to move on and I felt prepared and ready for senior school. I now realise just how much the school gave me and at Senior School, I have found topics that I had already covered or had been hinted to in the lessons at St Michael’s. So I really thank the school and feel grateful for the preparation that I had and now use. ”
- Francesca Halling, Former Pupil
“As a former pupil, St. Michael's was the obvious choice. Their values and school ethos have remained the same and Sophia has become a confident, caring and hardworking individual. ”
- Mrs Lloyd, Former Parent
“Just wanted to say a big Thank You to all staff and teachers over the last few months. As a full time working Mum I don't know what I would have done without the structure provided each day.”
- Mrs Homer, Parent
“..thriving, secure, ‘family feel’ environment where children are positively nurtured as individuals and able to reach their own potential.”
- Mrs Foy, Parent
“St. Michael's is a wonderful school. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a safe haven for their child to grow, learn to be well rounded individuals with the love of God in their hearts and love for all human beings as well as develop academically putting them in a good position ready for the next level of education.”
- Mrs Balogun, Former Parent
“St. Michael's is a well organised school with a long track record of academic excellence. The small classes combined with the warmth and positivity of the staff make it a fantastic place to learn, grow and thrive. I loved my time at the school so for me the choice was simple. ”
- Mrs Grant, Parent and Former Pupil
“St. Michael's has been on our radar for the last few years following on from various positive conversations with different people about the school, your results and the general atmosphere and approach. With our daughter now turning two, we felt it was a good time to start enquiring and visiting the school. We're so glad we did!”
- Prospective Parent