Thank you for considering Eversfield Preparatory School for your child's education.
Set in five-acres of land the school offers excellent facilities, values academic excellence and nurtures the creative, sporting, technical and social skills and abilities of each child: we offer a high quality education for a competitive fee.
School Fees are inclusive of lunches, exercise and textbooks and swimming lessons in the school pool. All pupils are automatically covered by a Personal Accident Insurance Scheme at no additional charge.
The only additional charges are for school outings, residential trips, workshops and for optional extras such as extended day supervision, instrument hire and clubs.
For full details of the school's fee structure for 2021/2022 please click here.
Being a scholar is a public acknowledgement of a young person’s outstanding academic ability and is viewed as prestigious within our school community. Eversfield scholars embody the values and purpose of the School. They are pupils who excel academically and recognise that being a scholar carries responsibilities of role modelling and are enthusiastic about the opportunities available to them.
Eversfield offers academic scholarships for children entering Form 3. Scholarship awards are made with a commitment to develop and extend the award holder’s skills within a supportive culture that challenges each child to expect more of themselves.
A maximum of four scholarship awards are offered each academic year, two to internal candidates and two to external candidates. The basis of the awards is on academic excellence and successful performance in the 7+ examination.
External applicants must be registered as prospective pupils. This can be done by completing a registration form and returning it to the Registrar with the registration fee. Parents should contact the Registrar indicating that they wish their child to sit the 7+ scholarship examination which usually take place in January for children wishing to join Eversfield in September of that year.
Thanks to the School’s charitable status means-tested bursary awards to help support families in the community who would not otherwise be able to afford some, or all of the school fees, are available for direct entry to Form 3. They are awarded on a competitive basis and are limited to funds available.
Applicants need to complete a bursary application form and a registration form, although the £75 registration fee is not required. Forms must be submitted by 31st December in the academic year prior to a successful applicant joining School. Applications will initially be assessed during a home visit from an independent agency. A shortlist of applicants will then be invited to visit Eversfield during the Lent Term. Following this the Bursary Committee will determine how many awards can be made for the next academic year. Any financial assistance would be reviewed on an annual basis but is unlikely to change unless financial circumstances alter.