Fees and payment arrangements
Overview of fees 2023-24
|Annual Fee 2023-24||Termly Fee 2023-24|
|Early Years School||Nursery 10 sessions||€ 17,604||€5,868|
|Nursery 9 Sessions||€15,844||€5,281|
|Nursery 8 Sessions||€14,083||€4,694|
|Nursery 7 Sessions||€12,323||€4,108|
|Nursery 6 Sessions||€10,562||€3,521|
|Nursery 5 Sessions||€8,802||€2,934|
|Reception and Year 1||€17,952.00||€5,984.00|
|Junior School||Years 2 to 6||€18,306.00||
|Senior School||Years 7 to 13||€19,437.00||€6,479.00|
A non-refundable payment of €250 is due upon submission of your application. This is to cover the review and administration of the application. An application is not reviewed until this is paid. Should an application be unsuccessful, the application fee is not refunded.
When a place is offered, a non-refundable enrolment fee of €750 is due for families joining Nursery or Reception. For families joining Years 1-12, the fee is €2,000. Once this fee is paid the place is guaranteed. Families transferring from Reception to Year 1 will be invoiced an additional €1,250 with the Year 1 School Fees.Bank details
Account name: The British School of Amsterdam
Account number: 302017178
Bank name: Rabobank
IBAN: NL13 RABO 0302 0171 78
BIC (Swift code): RABONL2U
Invoicing and payment schedule
Full fees are due for pupils starting at any time between the first day of each term up to the half term. Pupils starting after the half term break will pay half fees, for the first half term they attend school.
Please see dates for the 2023 – 24 academic year in the table below:
|Term||Full Term||Half Term|
|Autmn||7 September 2023 – 20 December 2023||30 October 2023 – 20 December 2023|
|Spring||8 January 2024 – 28 March 2024||26 February 2024 – 28 March 2024|
|Summer||16 April 2024 – 11 July 2024||3 June 2024 – 11 July 2024|
Fees will only be invoiced annually, however where parents are paying fees themselves, it is possible to pay in 3 equal instalments as follows:
- Payment Term 1 (Autumn Term) due 3 July 2023
- Payment Term 2 (Spring Term) due 9 October 2023
- Payment Term 3 (Summer Term) due 5 February 2024
Where parent circumstances prevent school fees being paid annually or termly, parents can contact the Bursar directly to request an alternative payment arrangement.
Late payment protocol
If school fees and other charges fall into arrears, the school reserves the right to send the entire amount due to the school’s debt collections agency and to refuse admittance to the school. All costs of the debt collection agency will be for the parent.
This late payment protocol applies similarly to the invoicing of extras (for school lunches and trips).
In the situation where there is an outstanding debt, any payment made will always be paid towards the oldest outstanding amount that is due/payable.
No school records or reports will be issued until all fees and other charges have been satisfactorily settled. The due date of invoices will not change if a request for a change in the invoice is made.
Other additional costs
All school trips that are a compulsory part of the curriculum are included in the school fees.
Extras not included in the School Fees
Optional trips are not covered by the School Fees and will be invoiced separately. Pupils will not be allowed to attend the trip unless payment in full has been made before the trip takes place.
The fees for school lunches are not included in the school fees and will be invoiced separately on a non-refundable basis. School lunches are provided by Markies Catering. To find out more about their provisions, prices and ordering system, log in to Firefly.
School text books and examination fees
Text books and exercise book are provided by the School free of charge, unless they are damaged or lost. All external examination fees for qualifications from the UK, such as GCSE/IGCSE and AS/A level are also paid for within the School Fees. Any re-take examinations will be invoiced separately.
Laptop in the Senior School
Years 7-9 are required to have a Windows laptop. We recommend the Dell – Latitude 3120. Our partner The Rent Company offer laptops for rent or sale. Purchasing through them means your child is always assured of using the correct device and a working laptop in the classroom. For more information you visit the webshop.
Years 10 to 13 may bring any device. The minimum requirement is a full sized keyboard and at least an 11″ screen.
For children with additional learning support needs requiring a Learning Support Assistant, the fee for 2023-24 is €40,420 per year for full time support. This is in addition to School Fees. Please contact the Admissions Team firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Leaving the School
Please visit the Notification of Leaving section of the website to read about the procedure should your family be leaving the school.