Fees, Scholarships & Bursaries

Termly Fees for 2022-2023

Fees are payable in advance at the beginning of each term.

Year Group Boarders Day Students
Years 7, 8 and 9 £11,500 £7,100
Years 10 and 11 £12,300 £7,950
Sixth Form £13,250 £8,250

Our fees include all basic tuition, all compulsory non-residential academic trips to a variety of exciting and inspiring destinations to complement classroom learning, all in-school activities, as well as stationery and nutritious meals. Day Students are always welcome to come in early for breakfast, or stay in the evenings for supper and Prep at no extra charge.

Additional costs are incurred only for supplementary Music, Sports or Drama lessons, or The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Details can be found in the ‘Co-Curricular Subjects and Activities’ download below. Students may also have the opportunity to take part in residential trips or Round Square Conferences, for which there would be an additional charge, notified when a trip is offered.

Contact our Head of Admissions

Email: admissions@cobhamhall.com

Telephone: +44 (0) 1474 823371


Payment Options

UK residents can spread the cost and pay your termly school fees by direct debit. You can download a leaflet below or click here for more information.


School Fee Plan Information | PDF 1.5MB

For overseas residents, Cobham Hall has partnered with Flywire to make your international payments safe and easy. Flywire allows you to pay from almost any country by bank transfer, credit card and other local payment methods. You can download a leaflet below.

How to make an international payment with Flywire:

Go to cobhamhall.flywire.com
Select your country of origin and preferred payment method
Enter your payment details and receive confirmation of your payment booking
Track your payment from start to finish on your student dashboard


Flywire Information | PDF 1.2MB

Extra Tuition

For students requiring additional tuition for Student Support or English as a Foreign Language, the costs are set out below:

English as a Foreign Language (EFL) £935.00 per term
Standard EFL tuition is 2 hours per week.
(For Year 11 Short Courses/Short Stay Students, EFL, where required, is included in their fees)
Student Support Department (SSD) £825.00 per term (Literacy and/or Mathematical Support).
Standard SSD support is 1.5 hours per week (one-to-one) and includes access arrangements, extra invigilation and support in the classroom where required.

Co-Curricular charges are calculated on the annual cost of tuition, based on thirty half-hour sessions per year unless otherwise stated. Charges are invoiced termly in arrears. One full term’s notice in writing to the Deputy Headmistress must be given if a girl wishes to discontinue her tuition.

Musical Instruments & Singing £245.00
Where the School engages external tutors, prices may vary. Parents will be informed before lessons are arranged. Note: In special circumstances, and where there is demand, lessons can be arranged for a longer duration in consultation with the Head of Music.
Drama, Voice and Communication Skills
(leading to LAMDA qualifications)
(individual) £245.00
(shared – two students) £150.00
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (Bronze) £120.00
(Silver) £160.00
(Gold) £30.00
Tennis Coaching (individual) one lesson/week £45.00 per hour
(individual) two lessons/week £40.00 per hour
(individual) three lessons/week £38.00 per hour
(individual) ten x one hour lessons booked & paid in advance £370.00 (non-refundable)
(two students) £23.00 per hour/per student
(shared – three or more students) £18.00 per hour/per student



Short Stay Fees

For students joining Cobham Hall for one term or less, Short Stay fees apply. These are set out below.

Termly Fees (Boarders)
Years 7, 8 & 9 £12,200 per term
Years 10 & 11 £12,990 per term
Year 12 £13,990 per term


Scholarships may be awarded to a student in recognition of exceptional ability, potential and commitment.

Students joining Cobham Hall in Years 7 to 10 can apply for a scholarship in Sport, Art, Music, or Drama. Students should apply in writing to the Headmistress.

Academic Scholarships are by invitation only. Students joining Years 7 to 10 with the potential for obtaining an Academic Scholarship are identified through Entrance Assessments and will be invited to apply for an Academic Scholarship.

Students entering Year 12 and applying for Sixth Form Scholarships must apply to the Headmistress in writing and will be required to sit a scholarship paper in a subject they intend to study. Candidates will also be interviewed by the Headmistress or another senior member of staff.

All applications made by new students will be facilitated by our Head of Admissions.


The School may consider applications for a Bursary from parents of students who have passed our Entrance Assessments and been offered a full fee paying place. Bursaries are highly competitive, and the School has a limited amount of funds available each year to support these. When considering applications, results from our Entrance Assessments and scholarship applications, along with interviews and references from your child’s current school are all reviewed. A financial appraisal is also undertaken.

For further information, please contact our Head of Admissions.