Fees

Fees and Notes of Guidance

Here you can find information about the fees for St. Julian's School for the year 2018/2019, along with the notes on fees and payments that follow.

The Board of Governors, all of whom are past or present parents, have approved the budget, including fee increases, for the school year 2018-19 taking into account the prevailing economic situation and the minimum level of income required by the school not only to maintain academic standards but to improve them.

Notes of Guidance 2018/2019

IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 2018/2019

 

These notes are intended to clarify the fees and methods of payment for the school year. Parents are advised to contact the Accounts Office at accounts@stjulians.com should there be any queries regarding this topic.

 

1. Tuition fees

Tuition fees are traditionally paid termly, in July, December and March of each year, within thirty days of the invoice date. This payment can be made directly to the Accounts Office, by bank transfer, direct debit or cheque.

 

Parents may request an annual invoice, which must be settled in July of the previous academic year, upon which a discount of 1% will be granted.

 

Parents may also choose to pay monthly, incurring on ten monthly instalments from July to April.  Please note that this option is only available if payment is made by direct debit. Please contact the Accounts Office in order to obtain a direct debit payment authorisation form. 

 

Parents who wish to pay more than one year’s fees in advance are kindly asked to contact the Head of Finance and Business Operations business@stjulians.com to discuss the options available.

 

Payments not received within terms of the invoice are subject to an administrative charge of 4% of the outstanding payments, to maximum of 150€. Interest on late payments is applicable according to Portuguese law.  In case payments are more than 5 weeks overdue, the school reserves the right to use professional collection services, with cost incurred passed to parents. 

 

Invoices are sent by email to address held on record.  Parents are asked to inform the school of any changes or corrections to their invoice or contact details. 

 

Should parents decide not to re-enrol their child at St. Julian’s School or if the child leaves the school during the academic year, please note that a term’s notice must be given in writing to the Admissions Office, admissions@stjulians.com;  otherwise parents will be charged for a term’s fees. 

 

A discount of 15% on fees is made for the third child (attending the school at the same time) and a 25% discount is given to each subsequent child.

 

Fees cover most  of the school trips arranged as part of the curriculum, but not international travel or optional activities that are charged separately.

 

2. Additional Resources

St. Julian’s may charge additional fees to cover for additional resources such as English as an Additional Language (EAL) or specific Special Educational Needs (SEN).

 

3. School Lunches

Lunches are ordered for the full term.  Should absence through illness last for at least five consecutive days a refund will take place.  Changes for subsequent terms need to be notified by the end of November and February, respectively. Daily tickets are also available. 

 

4. Personal Accident Insurance

Personal Accident Insurance is included in tuition fees. The coverage runs from September to June. Please refer to Personal Accident Insurance procedures for details.

 

5. Examinations 

External Examinations take place in Year 11 (I)GCSE, and Year 13 (IBDP). Costs are usually billed in the 2nd or 3rd term invoices.

Re-marking of exams will be charged separately and must be paid in advance. Should the re-marking benefit the student, this cost will be refunded.

 

6. Preparation Year 

The preparation year is open to students who did not follow the English National Curriculum and wish to enrol in IB Programme. The fee for this year is the same as for Year 11. 

 

7. International Baccalaureate Fees

Two Year IB Programme

The IB Programme involves a teaching commitment of five terms, with the sixth term being dedicated to examinations. A fee for the entire two Year IB Programme is set at the start of the academic year.  The fees are payable in five terms (3 in Year 12 and 2 in Year 13). 

 

February 2018

  

 Na eventualidade de um litígio o consumidor pode recorrer ao Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo de Lisboa, com sítio em www.centroarbitragemlisboa.pt e sede em Rua dos Douradores, 116 – 2º, 1100-207 Lisboa. - DL n.º 152/2013

In the event of a dispute the consumer may lodge an appeal with Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo de Lisboa, on the following contacts: www.centroarbitragemlisboa.pt  * Rua dos Douradores, 116 – 2º, 1100-207 Lisboa - DL n.º 152/2013

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ur purpose is to create a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment within which all members of our community can achieve their full potential and develop a commitment to lifelong learning.

Our purpose is to create a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment within which all members of our community can achieve their full potential and develop a commitment to lifelong learning.