About Bales College
At Bales, we value the individual’s potential and put all our efforts into achieving academic success. A significant part of the key to success is that students get full support from teachers and work in an orderly and disciplined environment. At the same time, they are encouraged to develop their own independent working patterns. The Bales student is hard-working, aspirational, organised and independent. To achieve and maintain this requires continuous support from well-qualified teachers. Students need wider opportunities to support their learning in the classroom. To that end, we have annual residential trips, visits to venues in and around London and we bring in visiting speakers whose expertise covers a range of interests.
Full fees are set out in the table below. The basic fees differ per age group as follows: Years 7-9: £3,850 per term (£11,550 per academic year) Years 10-11: £4,050 per term (£12,150 per academic year) Years 12-13: £4,250 per term (£12,750 per academic year) Bursaries are available for certain financial circumstances Academic scholarships are available for outstanding academic performance, normally for 11+ and 13+ entry and based on entrance examinations.
|Enrolment:||£140||Payable only at acceptance of a place|
|Deposit:||£500||held until the end of the course of study|
|Tuition:||£3,850 per term||for years 7, 8 and 9|
|£4,050 per term||for years 10 and 11|
|£4,250 per term||for years 12 and 13|
|Science lab:||£45||per A Level science subject, per term|
|Examinations:||£30||each A level unit; full A level cost is equivalent to 4 or 6 units|
|£35||each GCSE subject|
|Lunch:||£810||for one school year|
|Uniform:||£80||for students in years 7 to 11|
|CAS fee||£500||For students requiring CAS VISA applications|