The Fees at Cambridge International School for 2018/2019 are detailed below. There are three terms in an academic year.
Fees (yrs 7 – 11) per term – £4, 620
Fees are inclusive of books and stationary but are exclusive of lunch. Lunch is charged at £248 per term.
A registration fee of £100 is required upon application to the school.
An enrolment fee of £500 is required on acceptance of a place
Acceptance Deposit of £500 is required, refundable at the end of the Students’ course.
All fees must be paid on or before the first day of term. A term’s notice of intention to remove a child from the school is required. Is no such notice is given, parents become liable for a full term’s fees.
Advanced payment of the equivalent of two terms fees is required before CIS will issue a CAS number (required for Tier 4 Student Visa). If the student fails to secure a visa, this advance payment will be refunded (less admin costs). If a visa is granted, 50% of the advance payment will be used to pay for the first term of study and the balance will be kept as payment for the student’s final term of study.
EAL additional 40 minute lesson £22 per lesson (First lesson included in tuition fees)
Mother Tongue additional 40 minute lessons £22 (First lesson included in tuition fees)
Additional charges will be made for field trips and examination fees.
School Fees are reviewed on an annual basis.
Cambridge International School offers a limited number of means-tested bursaries to support existing and new pupils to the school where parental means would be insufficient to meet the fees in their entirety. Bursaries, on a sliding scale, are awarded to students who we believe will gain most from a CIS education, and who will contribute fully to the life of the school.
The provision of all financial assistance is at the sole discretion of the School and is subject to the means-testing rigour expected of independent schools by the Charity Commissioners. Both parents/guardians will be required to provide proof of their income and assets. The level of support varies according to a range of circumstances including parental need, and also according to the amount of funding available. All awards are reviewed annually during the summer term.