Queen Victoria School is tasked by the Ministry of Defence with providing especially for those families who could not otherwise afford boarding education.
A small parental contribution is levied, but there are no fees. Tuition, boarding, uniform, books and most other costs are met by the Ministry of Defence. In cases of need, the parental contribution can sometimes be paid by the Services’ Benevolent Funds.
QVS school bills (referred to as the Parental Contribution) are issued termly 3 times a year, usually about 2 weeks before the start of the Autumn, Spring and Summer terms. The standard bill amounts to around £470 each term (2015/2016 rates). Parents are required to settle the whole amount at the start of each term, preferably via internet banking.
In addition, there are extra costs that parents should also budget for – for instance music and swimming tuition – as well as termly pocket money (approximately £150 each term for P7).
If you have any queries, or would like to find out more about the financial aspects of your child attending Queen Victoria School, please do not hesitate to contact Iain Mair, Accounts and Administration Manager, on +44(0)131 310 2905, Mil 94745 2905 or email: email@example.com.