At Lockers Park, we recognise that parents lead busy working and family lives and strive to accommodate this. As such, our fee structure is designed to offer parents complete flexibility with no hidden costs.

Day Boys (Year 3 and above) may be dropped off from 7.30am for breakfast. They are welcome to stay for prep and supper with final collections by 7.30pm. Our Pre-Prep children may be dropped off from 7.45am for breakfast with collection anytime from 3.45pm until 6.00pm. During this after school time there is a wide-ranging programme of activities and supper at 5.30pm

Day fees comprise the following (all at no additional cost):

  • A full boarding day, 7.30am – 7.30pm. This includes breakfast, supper, prep at school and early evening activities. Lunch and games following Saturday morning school are also included.

Pre-Prep children:

  • 7.45am – 6.00pm. This includes breakfast, supper and the after school activities programme.
Current Fees: Reception £3,350 per term
Years 1 & 2 £3,550 per term
Year 3 Day Boys £4,370 per term
Year 4 Day Boys £4,840 per term
Senior Day Boys £5,510 per term
Boarders £7,720 per term
 Flexi-Boarding 1 night £425 per term
2 nights £760 per term
3 nights £1,095 per term
4 nights £1,430 per term
5 nights £1,765 per term
Occasional boarding £55 per night


These are kept to an absolute minimum and consist mainly of tuition for Music, Drama or specialist help and extra curriculum activities.

In the autumn term a charge of £15 is applied to each boarder’s account. This is used for small items of stationery, outings, charity donations etc. Any unspent monies will be refunded at the end of the academic year.

Extra help

Wherever a child requires specialist help (e.g. for learning support), parents will be asked to pay the visiting hourly rate. Boys will not miss the same lesson (or sport) every week, so they do not feel deprived of an activity they enjoy. The average number of sessions per boy, per year is 30 and the cost per session is £51.00 per hour.

If parents and the school feel that external provision is needed to confirm a diagnosis of difficulties, we have an approved educational psychologist, with teaching experience, who visits for in-school assessments.


Most boys choose to have individual tuition in at least one instrument or singing. Music practice is timetabled for all pupils. Individual tuition costs £237 per term for one instrument. There are discounts for the study of more than one instrument.

In addition, try-out lessons are available free of charge, to establish a suitable instrument for each boy. The school is fortunate in owning a large collection of instruments for hire.


Group tuition is available at a cost of £122 per term.