If you’re considering Roedean School for your (child’s) education in the 2024/2025 academic year, it’s important to understand the school fees to make an informed choice. In this blog post, we’ll provide insights into Roedean School’s fees for the 2024/2025 academic year.

The Roedean School’s fees can vary depending on several factors, including the grade level and whether the student is a day scholar or boarder.

How much are Roedean school fees?

Here is the summary of fees for Roedean School for 2024/2025 entry.

Full Boarding

  • Year 7: £13,275
  • Year 8: £13,925
  • Year 9: £14,670
  • Year 10-13: £15,925

Registration Fee:

£200 is payable with the application, and is non-refundable.

Acceptance Deposits:

  • UK Day (Years 7 – 13): £1,500
  • UK Boarders (B/WB/FB) (Year 7-13): £5,000
  • International Students (Year 7-13): One term’s fee

Roedean School Courses and Programmes

Key Stage 3 (Year 7 – Year 9)

  • Subjects: Modern Languages, Geography, Classical Civilisation, Sciences, Maths, Dance etc
  • 5 periods of Sport/ week
  • ICT lessons on coding and Raspberry Pi

Key Stage 4

  • Sixth Form
  • GCSE programmes
  1. Pre-A Level Programme – age 15/16
  2. One-Year GCSE Academic – age 15/16
  3. Two-Year GCSE Course (mainstream curriculum) – age 14/15

What is Roedean School ranked?

Roedean was ranked 62nd among the institutions on our list in our 2024 A Level league table. It also finished 22nd in our 2024 GCSE league table.

Most Roedean School graduates attend leading universities in the UK and around the world. More than half of Roedean students attend Russell Group universities, which are ranked among the best in the United Kingdom.

Roedean school students received 55.2% A*/A for A Levels and 74.3% 9-7 for GCSEs in 2023.

Roedean School students achieved 71% A*/A at A Levels and 85% 9-7 at GCSEs in 2022. This is a considerable improvement over its previously reported 2019 scores of 56% A*/A at A Levels and 68% A*/A at GCSEs. When comparing results from 2019 and 2022, Roedean School increased its rate of A*/As by 15-17%, which is an incredible improvement, especially given the disruptions caused by the pandemic between these years.

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