Fees and Insurances

Termly Fees 2024-2025, Bursaries & Insurance Documents

The school fees at Rowan are inclusive of a broad and enriching educational curriculum, fees also include lunches, specialist support, extension and preparation for 11+.  Included are our extensive range of activities and an enrichment programme which often include workshops, visiting speakers and events. Girls benefit from and take part in specialist lessons from Preschool through to Year 6 as part of our core offer. 

Preschool Fees Per Full Term

Session attendance must be agreed by the end of the previous term, with minimum attendance as outlined below:

Age 2 to 3

Autumn: minimum 3 sessions
Spring: minimum 4 sessions
Summer: minimum 5 sessions

Age 3 to 4

Autumn: minimum 5 mornings plus 1 afternoon
Spring: minimum 5 morning plus 2 afternoons
Summer: minimum 5 mornings plus 3 afternoons




I per week 



2 per week



3 per week



4 per week



5 per week



Reception (4 years old+) to Year 6 (10 years old+)

Reception £4,820

Year 1 & 2


Years 3 to 6




Early Years Funded Entitlement

The fees shown do not reflect the Government's Early Years Funded Entitlement (EYFE) for eligible pupils. Please click here for further information.


Paying by Instalment

Monthly direct debit instalment plans are available as an option on the pupil acceptance form.  Please contact the finance manager on rowan.finance@rowanprepschool.co.uk for more details if required.

Rowan is pleased to offer a sibling discount which applies to the net tuition fee, after any other discounts have been deducted, for pupils with a sibling at Rowan or at any other school within the United Learning group of independent schools. The eldest sibling receives 0%, the second sibling receives a discount rate of 5% and thereafter 10% for additional siblings. Please note that the onus is on parents to advise Rowan of any siblings at another United Learning independent school for the discount to be applied.

The Pell Assisted Place Awards

The Pell Assisted Place Award is a means-tested bursary giving financial assistance to pupils for entry at Year 3 (7+) who may not otherwise be able to benefit from an education at Rowan. Eligible parents and guardians could benefit from a discount of up to 80% of the fees, depending on the individual circumstances of each applicant. Any bursary awarded will be means tested each academic year by the submission of a statement of financial circumstances to determine the appropriate level of contribution.

Candidates must satisfy academic entry requirements to be considered for a Pell Award, and in addition a girl’s potential to benefit from the Rowan environment is also a consideration in granting support. All girls in receipt of a Pell Award will have their progress reviewed annually.

Rowan retains full discretion to decide who does or does not satisfy the criteria for a Pell Award, taking into account all relevant information.

Key dates for Pell Awards

Application packs are available from the School Business Manager. Applications for a Pell Award must be submitted following an offer of a place at Rowan during the Autumn term. Awards will be communicated early in the Spring term.

Financial Hardship Bursary Support

In addition to the Pell Assisted Place awards financial support is made available for parents or guardians of current pupils who experience financial hardship. This is through means tested bursary support and applications can be made at any time during the year by requesting an application pack from the School Business Manager. These awards are normally short term in nature and are reassessed each academic year.