Scholarships, Bursaries & Fees
Help With Fees
We offer Help With Fees bursaries to children whose families cannot otherwise fund a place. If your child would thrive in an academic environment, with access to an outstanding programme of music, drama, sport and activities, then we’d love to hear from you. We can give you full information on the application process, and guide you through every stage.
All enquiries and applications are handled in confidence and awards of fee assistance / bursaries are kept confidential throughout a child's time with us.
Our fee awards are means-tested. We can cover between 10% and 100% of school fees, depending on your financial circumstances.
Help With Fees is usually only available to pupils entering Year 7, Year 9 or Sixth Form.
For further details please email our Admissions Officer Gillian Bland email@example.com or visit our website: https://www.stpetersyork.org.uk/st_peters_13_18/admissions/help_with_fees
St Peter's 2-8 (fees per term)
- Nursery - £2,755 (Day)*
- Reception, Years 1 & 2 - £2,975 (Day)
- Year 3 - £3,190 (Day)
*Morning & afternoon options available
St Peter's 8-13 (fees per term)
- J1 & J2 - £4,260 (Day)
- J3 - £4,950 (Day), £7,190 (Weekly boarder), £7,990 (Full boarder), £8,595 (Non-EU boarder)
- J4 & J5 - £5,160 (Day), £7,940 (Weekly boarder), £8,820 (Full boarder), £9,475 (Non-EU boarder)
Flexi-boarding - £49pn (St Peter’s 8-13 only)
St Peter's 13-18 (fees per term)
- 3rd to 5th Form - £6,235 (Day), £8,930 (Part-time boarder), £10,360 (Full boarder), £11,135 (Non-EU boarder)
- 6th Form - £6,235 (Day), £10,360 (Full boarder), £11,135 (Non-EU boarder)
Tuition fees include stationery and textbooks. Lunches are included.
For further details visit www.stpetersyork.org.uk/st_peters_13_18/admissions/fees
Pupils may choose to join us at St Peter's 2-8, St Peter's 8-13 or St Peter’s 13-18. When you apply, our friendly admissions team will guide you through our application process. Before applying, we encourage you to join us for one of our Open Events or arrange a visit to explore the School.
Please visit our website to find out more about our forthcoming Open Events:
St Peter's 2-8
Most children will join us at 2 or 3 years old in the Nursery, or age 4, for Reception. Spaces are also available every year in Year 3 at age 7. It is also possible to join at other year groups if places are available. Ideally, you should contact us at least a year in advance, but we welcome enquiries throughout the academic year.
If you’d like to visit us one more time before you apply, please do! We encourage you to visit as much as you like so you can get to know us and be confident in your decision. To arrange a visit, or to find out more about the Admissions Process, please contact Mrs Caroline Fattorini (PA to the Head) on 01904 527372, or firstname.lastname@example.org
More information is also available on our website:
St Peter's 8-13
The standard points of entry for St Peter's 8-13 are at ages 8, 10 and 11, (Year 4, Year 6 and Year 7) by which it is meant that girls and boys should have passed their 8th, 10th or 11th birthday before 1 September in the year of starting. Each year we are usually able to offer up to six Year 4 places, ten Year 6 places and eighteen Year 7 places.
Occasionally places are available at age 9 and 12 and can be considered on request. The school welcomes a discussion where your child’s birth date falls outside the recommended dates. The majority of our places are offered at the end of January. Applicants applying after this time may well find that there are only Waiting List places available.
To arrange a visit, or to find out more about the Admissions Process, please contact Miss Sara Bath (Master’s PA) on 01904 527391 or email email@example.com
Further details are also available on our website:
St Peter's 13-18
Most children joining the Senior School will join at age 13 in the Third Form, or age 16, for the Lower Sixth. If spaces are available, it is also possible to join the Fourth Form at age 14 at the beginning of the two-year GCSE programme.
St Peter’s 13-18 is oversubscribed. You should aim to apply at least a year in advance, and certainly by 31 December, wherever possible. We are very happy to supply all the advice and guidance you may need during the admissions process, and we would encourage you to visit us and ask as many questions as possible to ensure you have all the information you need to choose the right school for your child.
We also offer means-tested Help with Fees bursaries for children entering Year 7, Year 9 or Sixth Form, and you can enquire about this process when you apply.
For advice on all aspects of the Admission and Bursary process, contact Mrs Gillian Bland on 01904 527 305, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the Application Process, Entrance Exams, or to download an Application Form, please visit our website: