Kew House School is a coeducational, independent school for 11-18 year olds in London, England. It is part of the Gardener Schools Group, a family of four schools.
Scholarships, Bursaries & Fees
Kew House School award a number of scholarships annually to recognise pupil excellence, potential and talent in specific areas. Scholarships are greatly sought after and only awarded after a process of rigorous selection. Scholars are nurtured in their endeavours by the School and are, in return, expected to enrich the school not only in their specialist area, but also across the institution by upholding, modelling, and embracing its ethos and core values.
Scholarships are awarded to recognise talent and potential, rather than to support families with school fees. All scholarships are honorary, with any fee remission at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee. The number of scholarships awarded annually are subject to the school’s Scholarship Committee. Their decisions are based on the recommendations made to them as a result of the application process.
Please visit https://www.kewhouseschool.com/admissions/scholarships for more information.
Year 7 to Year 13 : £7,674 per term
(3 terms per year, Autumn, Spring & Summer)
- Includes all standard text books and stationery.
- Kew House School does not offer sibling discounts.
- Most after school clubs are included in the core fees but there are additional charges for some activities such as Fencing, Boxing and Peripatetic Instrumental Lessons but these are invoiced by and payable to the peripatetic teachers and not the school.
Full lunch : £5.95 per day (not included in above fees)
We welcome applications from pupils from a range of primary preparatory schools. We seek inquisitive, intelligent Pupils who will engage with and enjoy the wide curriculum we offer. Although we use entrance testing, greater emphasis is placed on interview, samples of work, and the Pupils feeder school report.
For more information, please visit https://www.kewhouseschool.com/admissions/11-admissions-process