Choristers and Girls' Choir sing at 359th Festival of Sons of the Clergy
Strong performances from rounders teams.
Another clean sweep of victories, this time against Woodbridge.
Open Days are held in September and June. Our next Open Morning will be:
Saturday, 22 June 2013
FROM 10:00 - 12:00
In the forthcoming academic year 2012/2013
|Lower School||Per Annum||Per Term|
|Forms Lower 1, 1, 2 & 3||£11,535||£3,845|
|Senior School||Per Annum||Per Term|
|Forms Lower 4 upwards||£12,660||£4,220|
The fees are reviewed annually and the School endeavours to give parents and fee payers at least one term’s notice of any increase in fees due for a particular term.
Please follow this link for details of the school fee plan: https://www.myschoolfeeplan.com/NorwichSchool-NR1
In the forthcoming academic year 2012/2013
The charge for School lunches is set at £3 per day and varies according to the number of days in each term. The charge for the Michaelmas 2012 Term is £195; for the Lent 2013 Term is £147 and for the Trinity Term 2013 is £156 making a total charge for the year of £498.
Additional information about lunches, our catering provision and the School’s catering philosophy are available in the News & Events section of the School website here.
Pupils registering their interest to be considered for a place at Norwich School will be charged a non-refundable fee of £85 per pupil. The payment will be made at the time the Registration Form is completed and sent to the School. The Registration Form is available on the School’s website or from the Registrar at Norwich School. The Registration Form invites applying parents to indicate whether they might be interested in receiving a bursary to assist them in the payment of School fees should the pupil successfully gain a place at Norwich School.
An Acceptance Deposit of £295 per pupil is payable on acceptance of a place for a pupil at Norwich School, as indicated by completing, signing and returning the Acceptance Form to the School. A sliding scale of Acceptance Deposit operates for pupils benefitting from bursarial assistance. The sum is held over until the end of the last term the pupil attends Norwich School and refunded to parents at that time, subject to the payment of any extra charges outstanding once the pupil has left the School. If parents, having officially accepted a place at Norwich School, then decide to withdraw the pupil, the Acceptance Deposit will be forfeited if the notice of withdrawal is made at least a term in advance of the date the pupil was due to start at Norwich School, or in cases where the withdrawal that is notified with less than one term’s notice it will credited against the Fees in Lieu of Notice that will be due.
The School charges parents the public examination fees levied by external examination bodies. The amount owing is added to the termly Fee bill.
All other charges arising which are not paid in advance, such as the cost of trips and expeditions, lost books, and purchases from the School shop of sporting and other essential goods, will either be added to the termly Fee bill with the parent’s prior permission or will be charged directly on an ad hoc basis.
Interest may be charged on a day-to-day basis on the fees and charges which are unpaid. The rate of interest charged will be at up to 1.5% per month.
Parents are invited to consult the Scholarships & Bursaries section of the School’s website for more information on Bursary support. Parents and fee payers should note that Bursaries are not retrospective and any Fees and charges owing before a Bursary is agreed will be payable in full.
Payment of Fees & Charges
The School will send Parents and fee payers a Fee bill soon after the end of each term. The Fee bill will include an amount relating to the next term such as tuition Fees and lunches, if the pupil is to have School lunches. The Fee bill will also include the cost of charges arising in the previous term. Fees are due and payable in full before the commencement of the School term to which they relate and must have been received by the School as cleared funds by that date. If one or more items on the bill are under query, the balance of the bill must be paid. The method of payment does not affect the obligation on Parents and fee payers to ensure that all Fees and charges are paid no later than by the start of the term to which they relate.
Parents are advised that the most common methods of payment are as follows:
Direct Debit - the direct debit mandate is the preferred method of paying Fees and charges being easy to administer and cost effective. A direct debit form is available in the “Fees” section of the School’s website or from the School Bursary. Parents are invited to complete the form and return it to the School specifying whether the payments are to be made termly or monthly. The Fee bill will notify Parents that the Fees and charges are being paid by direct debit and also inform Parents of the date the payment will be made. The School will also charge parents with the costs the School incurs for not being able to collect a payment as agreed under the Direct Debit mandate. Parents are urged to contact the Bursary if any changes to the Direct Debit instructions arise.
Direct Payment - Parents may make a direct payment either electronically or by visiting their bank or building society branch. The School’s account number is 40535079, the sort code is 20-62-53, and the account name is Norwich School. Parents are requested to include the “Parent Ref” alpha-numeric number found at the bottom left of the Remittance Advice at the foot of the Fee bill with their payment.
Debit or Credit card payment - Fees and charges may be paid by debit or credit card either on-line, in person at the School shop, or by phone. The School will add to the total Fees and charges owing the cost of making a payment using a credit card.
- Parents wishing to pay Fees and charges on-line should use the “make a payment” link on the School’s website and follow directions for making the payment, being sure to provide the “Parent Ref” alpha-numeric number found at the bottom left of the Remittance Advice at the foot of the Fee bill with their payment.
- Parents may also visit the School Shop at 71a The Close (normal opening times are 2pm to 5pm during term time, in July and during the last week of the summer holidays) to settle the amount owing.
- Parents may contact the bursary by telephone on 01603 728 436 to make a debit or credit card payment over the phone during normal office hours.
Monthly payment, in advance - Parents and fee payers may pay Fees and charges on a monthly, in advance, basis. It is recommended that Parents establish a Direct Debit Mandate using the form referred to above to make the regular payments that they wish the School to draw from their designated account. Alternatively, Parents may prefer to establish a monthly standing order using the account information provided in the “direct payment” section above to pay the School the Fees and charges owing. Parents are also welcome to make regular Direct Payments or regular payments by Debit or Credit card to settle future Fees and charges over a number of months.
Payment by cheque - cheques may be sent to the School’s Bursary together with the remittance advice at the foot of the Fee bill. Parents should also allow sufficient time for the funds to be cleared in order to meet the payment deadlines. An administration charge of £10 will be levied on each cheque used to pay Fees and charges.
Fees in advance - the School operates a Fees In Advance scheme which enables parents or fee payers to make payments in advance of when the Fees actually fall due. Payments in advance must cover a minimum of 3 terms but not exceed 15 terms. If you have an interest in making a payment in advance, you are invited to contact the Bursary who will prepare the relevant computations and provide you with details of the scheme.
Payment method charges - Parents should be aware that an administration charge of £10 will be levied on each cheque used to pay Fees and charges. The School will add to the total Fees and charges owing the cost of making a payment of Fees and charges using a credit card. The School will also charge parents with the costs the School incurs for not being able to collect a payment as agreed under the Direct Debit mandate.
Parents are invited to refer to School’s Terms & Conditions for further information regarding fees.
All payments of Fees and charges should include the “Parent Ref” alpha-numeric number found at the bottom left of the Remittance Advice at the foot of the Fee bill.
Further information may also be obtained by contacting the Bursary by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephoning 01603 728436, or by writing to The Bursar’s Office, Norwich School, 71a The Close, Norwich NR1 4DD