The Shrubbery is a non-selective school. Offers are made based on priority of registration, however preference is given to siblings of existing pupils. A deposit of £500 is required to register your child. The deposit will be returned at the end of the child’s final term.
Parents are always welcome to visit The Shrubbery. You can make an appointment to tour the school and meet with our leadership team by contacting us on 0121 351 1582 or by emailing email@example.com
We aim to be different
We believe a high quality education should be available to all children and our school fees are the lowest in the area. Our standard offer includes:
Musical instrument lessons, speech and drama and after school clubs are optionally available. Sessions must be booked in advance half termly through SchoolMoney.
Fees per term
A 15% sibling discount is offered for 2 or more children attending The Shrubbery at the same time. The discount applies all children attending. (Discounts do not apply to nursery places, however a nursery child in full time provision does count towards the sibling discount for a second child in main school.)
Fees are payable during or before the first week of each term, fees paid after this time will incur a surcharge of £120.
The Shrubbery School is committed to providing an exceptional education to all children.
Bursaries are available upon entry in Reception and are awarded for seven years, this is to ensure we can provide consistent support for the whole duration of a pupil’s school life.
For the 2022/23 and 2023/24 academic year we will also be offering bursaries upon entry in Year 1 and Year 2.
What is a Bursary?
A bursary award gives parents a percentage reduction in the school fees. It is only awarded to those parents who are unable to pay the full fees. The value of the award is means-tested, and depending on the parents’ financial circumstances it could be a maximum of 50% of fees.
Bursary awards are discretionary and subject to the financial resources of the school.
How many places are available?
Bursaries are limited to a maximum of 2 places per year group class.
How will we be assessed for a bursary?
You will be sent an application form and guidance notes to complete and return. It will ask questions about your household financial income, expenditure and assets/liabilities, details of any investments you hold, your accommodation and your dependants.
We require documented evidence to verify the information you provide.
Does the bursary award last for my son/daughters entire schooling?
A bursary is awarded for the entire school period, however it is subject to an annual re-assessment. The value of any award may diminish or increase based on changes in parental income and assets.
Parents must give a full term’s notice in writing to the Head teacher before withdrawing from the School or will be required to pay a term’s fees in lieu of notice.
Parents may utilise the services of School Fee Plan if they wish to pay fees in monthly instalments. This is not operated by the School and details can be obtained via the link below.