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Fee discount if you teach at private school?

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GuybrushThreepwoodMightyPirate Sun 28-Jun-15 22:36:19

Can anyone shed any light on this? I assume it differs from place to place but it's something I'm starting to seriously consider in the medium to long term for both my career and DC's education.

What percentage of fee discount is usual for the child of a teacher at the school?

DoloresLandingham Sun 28-Jun-15 22:56:57

Alleyn's is approx. 66% off if memory serves.

ladygracie Sun 28-Jun-15 22:59:10

Where I work staff get 10% automatically I think & then we can apply for a bursary & go through the same process as everyone else. Not sure though as my kids don't go there.

FabulousFudge Sun 28-Jun-15 23:38:08

I think 50% is standard.

Sleepyfergus Sun 28-Jun-15 23:39:57

My friend gets 20% disc which is then pro-rated as she only works part time there. So not huge but better than nowt!

CharlesRyder Mon 29-Jun-15 07:05:31

We get 50% (and then there is the free accommodation..)

AnotherNewt Mon 29-Jun-15 07:07:48

Typically, 30-50% for teaching staff. Can be negotiated upwards.

Non-teaching posts may attract different rates of fee reduction.

fuctifino Mon 29-Jun-15 07:33:14

25% for my friend.

GuybrushThreepwoodMightyPirate Mon 29-Jun-15 07:53:43

Seems like it varies more than I had thought! Thanks everyone.

downgraded Mon 29-Jun-15 07:57:55

I teach and have my DS in school with me.

I get 25 percent discount BUT I have to pay tax on the discount. It doesn't work out that much cheaper than full price to be honest.

downgraded Mon 29-Jun-15 07:59:32

Oh and staff aren't entitled to bursaries at my school although again, with the tax situation, there isn't a lot of difference in the amount you pay each month anyway.

anolderandwiserkitten Mon 29-Jun-15 09:41:59

At my school full time staff get a generous 75%. This was because the school felt that getting the children of staff into school was a good thing - many staff were going elsewhere ( state). If staff did not feel confident about educating their children in the school, how could anyone else? Mind you, comparative pay in the school is poor so the fees were a lot. Pro Rata for part time.

hels71 Mon 29-Jun-15 16:36:10

I have worked in two private schools. One gave 50% one gave nothing at all.

teacher54321 Mon 29-Jun-15 17:45:09

30% for me. Free lunches for both us us and all wrap around care for Ds make it financially viable.

Noneedtoworry Mon 29-Jun-15 17:49:19

At our school it is 50% discount

MrsUltracrepidarian Tue 30-Jun-15 17:04:14

75% at DC school (London so no accommodation).
One staff member had 3 DC there.
Like everything - negotiable and how much they want you.

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