An education at Pangbourne College is a valuable investment for your child’s future. To ensure that our fees remain accessible to families of all backgrounds, means-tested bursaries are available.
Termly Fees - 2023/24
|Boarding Status||Years 7 & 8||Year 9 - Upper Sixth Form|
OP Discounts are available.
Registration and Deposit
|Registration Fee (non-refundable) - for parents living in the UK||£100|
|Registration Fee (non-refundable) - for parents living outside the UK||£150|
|Acceptance Deposit - for parents living in the UK||£1,250|
|Acceptance Deposit - for parents living outside the UK||One term's full boarding fees (refunded at the end of the final term, less the cost of extras)|
Day pupils may stay in College overnight for up to two nights per week with the agreement of their Housemistress/master without incurring a change in boarding status. The charge is £70 per night.
Weekly and Part-Boarding pupils may stay more than six or four nights a week respectively and will be charged at the same rate for any additional nights. Day pupils are able to opt for Breakfast and Supper for a charge of £5.00 for each meal. Bookings should be made via their Housemistress/Housemaster.
Pangbourne College is committed to broadening access to the school by offering means-tested financial support to eligible parents to assist with the payment of day fees. Such support is known as a bursary and may be awarded in the form of a discount on tuition fees. Depending on the financial, compassionate or other pertinent circumstances of applicants, bursaries are normally awarded to day pupils only.
Bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial needs of the family and to the most deserving candidates who will reap the benefits of an education at the College. To apply for a bursary parents are required to complete an Application Form. The form is designed to provide a picture of the income and expenditure, and assets and liabilities of applicants and we also ask for a confidential supporting statement of the need for financial assistance to be included.
This information, together with other factors which may support the application, will then be expanded upon during a home visit from the independent Bursary Administration Limited (BAL). They will provide the College with a detailed report on the family’s financial situation.
The Case for Assistance
As well as family financial limitations, the Bursary Awards Committee will consider a number of factors when making the judgement as to the justification for financial support, including the child’s suitability for Pangbourne College and their potential to make sound academic progress following admission and to benefit from participation in the wider co-curricular activities on offer at the College. Previous school reports will be consulted for evidence of good behaviour.
Each bursary application is assessed on its own merits and awards are made accordingly, subject to the College's ability to fund these within the context of its overall budget. As a small and relatively young school, Pangbourne College has limited funds to make available for bursaries. Please note that significant financial support is unlikely for Year 7 applicants.
The financial assessment can be a lengthy process and it is important that bursary applications are submitted in a timely fashion in line with our registration deadlines - please see the Admissions Process. Bursary applications will only be considered after an applicant has formally registered with us.
For further details, please see our Bursary Policy.