Admissions and fees
Infant, Junior and Senior School £3,607 (2019/20)
After-school club (3.15 pm – 5.30 pm) £6.00 (per hour)
Registration fee (non-refundable) £100
The cost of public examinations is re-charged to parents when students are in Year 10 and 11, including any special invigilation arrangements if required. There is also an additional fee for Activity Week in June (usually around £40). For Food Technology in the senior school, while a charge for ingredients is not currently levied, students are required to bring in certain of their own ingredients.
Terms and Conditions
Fees are payable on or before the first day of each term and should be paid directly to our bank account via online banking as detailed below. Cheques can also be accepted where online banking is not available.
The College also offers the option to pay the annual fees by standing order on the 1st of each month in ten equal instalments over the 10 month period, September to June inclusive. For the forthcoming academic year 2019/2020 the ten monthly instalments will be £1082.10 p.m.
Overdue accounts will attract penalty fees at the rate of 2.5% per month.
HSBC Bank PLC, St Peter Port, Guernsey
Sort Code 40 22 25
Account Name Blanchelande College LBG
Account Number 84177002
Reference Your Child’s Name
If payments are made by cheque then cheques should be made payable to Blanchelande College LBG
If you require a standing order form, please click here and once completed please submit it directly to your own Bank.
Please contact the Bursar, Mrs Kerry Fell, if you require further information.
Fees are reviewed in September annually and the Trustees and Governors reserve the right to increase fees without notice, though every effort will be made to give current parents/guardians at least one term's notice of fee increases.
In the event that school fees remain outstanding and Blanchelande is forced to seek legal advice/assistance in effecting the recovery of such fees, the total amount owed to the school will be increased by 20% of the sum of those fees outstanding, it being agreed that this is a reasonable assessment of the loss to the College arising from the late or non-payment.
Notice of withdrawal
In the event of withdrawal of a pupil from the school, a full term’s notice in writing must be given to the Principal. In the absence of such notice, one term’s fees is payable in lieu.
A pupil who shows no progress in their studies, or who persistently disregards the authority of the College or is considered to exercise an injurious influence on their companions, will not be allowed to remain.
The Principal reserves the right of refusing admission or recommending and requiring the withdrawal of any pupil whose presence in College is judged to be undesirable. The Governors will be involved in such decisions. The Principal may also suspend a pupil, if required.
No portion of fees is refundable if circumstances warrant the removal of a pupil by instruction of the Governors.