Fee Information

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The Fees and Levies collected at St Peter’s School are used for the following purposes, which are essential in providing a high quality of education for your child/children.

  • Provide teaching, administrative and ground staff.
  • Provide essential resources, materials, facilities and equipment.
  • Maintain buildings, grounds and other facilities.

The St Peter’s School Parents & Friends Association also collect a levy through our fee structure.​

Reminder Notices
A Reminder Notice is forwarded for accounts that are unpaid after the due date.  Should accounts continue to remain outstanding, a member of our Administration Team will make contact to discuss the outstanding fees.

Payment Difficulties
Sometimes, for reasons that are usually out of our control, an account cannot be paid by the due date.  If you are experiencing difficulties in paying your account, please contact the Bursar as soon as possible, preferably before the Due Date, to allow an extension of time or payments by instalments covering the arrears.

Overdue Accounts
It is easy to overlook an account in the rush of everyday life.  On rare occasions people fail to pay th​eir account, do not respond to reminder notices and do not contact the School to make mutually satisfactory alternate arrangements.  In these cases the School is forced to engage the services of a professional debt collection agency.  Once accounts have been handed to the debt collection agency, the matter effectively passes out of the School’s control and all negotiations for payment must then be made with the debt collectors.  Your credit rating may also be affected. ​

Students Leav​ing the School and Refunds
When a student leaves the School during a school term, written notification is required.  Library books and school equipment are to be returned to the School.

Students exiting the school after the commencement of a term may be charged on a pro-rata basis for the number of weeks attended during that term at the Principal’s discretion.

Outstanding fees must be settled within four weeks of exiting the School unless a payment arrangement has been negotiated and approved by the Principal or Finance Secretary.

If a refund is due for overpaid fees, a direct credit to a bank account or a cheque will be arranged.

All other refunds or adjustments will be at the discretion of the Principal.