The St Peter’s School campus is situated in Clifton just outside the ancient city walls of York; a convenient and central location which offers our pupils easy access to one of England’s most beautiful cities.
Behind the historic School frontage are 47 acres of grounds, industry-recgonised sports pitches, a new, award-winning swimming pool, and a boat house on the banks of the River Ouse.
Fees for 2018-19
Day Term - 6,025
Day Annual - 18,075
Boarder Term - 10,010
Boarder Annual - 30,030
Non-EU - 10,760
Boarder Term - 32,280
Individual lessons £27 per 40 minutes. Instrument hire @ £33 per term
Tuition fees include the costs of stationery and textbooks. There are no compulsory extras except for examination fees. Lunches are included in day fees.
Cleared funds must be received by the School no later than 10 calendar days before the commencement of the School term to which they relate. If the due date falls on a public holiday or a weekend, payment must be made no later than the working day immediately prior to the due date. An interest charge of 10% pa is made on overdue accounts.
The withdrawal of a pupil from the School or a change from boarding to day status requires a full term’s notice in writing and is subject to prior agreement with the Head Master. Failing this, a full term’s fees will be charged as liquidated damages.
A 10% reduction in boarding fees is made for the children of serving members of the Armed Forces.
We have four boarding houses at St Peter’s: Dronfield and The Rise for the girls, and Linton and The Manor for the boys. Junior boarders at St Olave’s School live in Wenthworth House. Each house is overseen by Houseparents, a married couple who are also academic staff at the school.
Each of our boarding houses is home to 30 to 45 pupils, allowing Houseparents, staff and boarders themselves to get to know everybody individually, creating the feeling of an extended family. Houseparents and senior boarders lead by example, ensuring that everybody feels welcome and valued from the moment they arrive.
Each house offers spacious and comfortable accommodation, with common rooms, study areas, computer rooms, WiFi, music practice rooms and a fully equipped kitchen which is replenished daily with fruit, cereal, bread, milk and snacks. Boarders eat their main meals in the School Dining Hall, making lunch time an ideal opportunity to catch up with friends from the day houses.
In recognition of their increasing maturity and responsibilities, Sixth Formers benefit from greater flexibility and privacy within the Boarding Houses, sleeping one or two to a room, with access to their own study areas.
A laundry service is available for pupils and each House has a Matron and team of staff to help ensure everything rooms smoothly. In the senior Boarding Houses, boarders share some duties, with everyone doing their bit to contribute to a happy and efficient House.