Ffynone House School represents excellent value for money.  The school is a charitable trust and does not have shareholders, so all benefits are for students. As such, fees are significantly lower than other independent schools in Wales, and there are no hidden extras.  Parents find our high standard of teaching, personal support, and individual attention enable pupils to achieve their best without the high cost of private tuition fees.

Fees are payable on or before the first day of term. A monthly payment plan by standing order is available on request.

Standard fees include all general stationery, textbooks, and craft materials. Occasionally, parents may be required to pay for ad-hoc expendable items such as course-specific workbooks and materials, which are to pass on to the possession of children.

Additional fees apply to external examination costs (such as LAMDA, GCSE, and A-Level), peripatetic tutoring (e.g. specialist musical instruments), school lunches, and optional extra subjects.

A wide range of educational, team-building, social, and charitable activities are available, which may involve optional contributions.

January 2021 – December 2021

Fees per term

Year groupPer term
Years 7 – 9£3,948
Years 10 – 11£4,050
Years 12 – 13£4,070
Lunch Fee Year 7- 13£230


Optional extra subjects

OptionPer term
Speech Years 7 – 9£105
Speech Years 10 – 13£115
Instrument or singing tuition£160 (£16 per 30 min lesson)
Minibus Home-school Transport£450

Please contact the school for details of how to pay by monthly standing order.

A term’s written notice of withdrawal of a pupil from the school or any optional extra subjects are required, or you will be charged a term’s fee.

Admissions process

Further information about our admissions process can be found on our Admissions Page.


A limited number of scholarships are available for talented students who excel at specific subjects.  You can find further information about our scholarships here.

Ffynone House School is proud of its thriving, diverse community.  At the heart of the school’s ethos is an inclusive and accessible education experience.  To support this, trustees award several fully funded, life-changing Accessibility Scholarships; each application is considered on its individual merits.