Fees and funding
Typically, local authorities, social services, education departments and health departments will be responsible for referring young people to Clay Hill School and for paying their school fees. Having said that, we believe that parents and carers have a right to be involved at all stages of the process.
Our base fees automatically incorporate therapeutic interventions of: Emotional Literacy, Social Skills, Pastoral Support, Keep Safe work. Additional therapies are incorporated into the young person’s bespoke curriculum and are costed separately. These are assessed at the outset according to need and on liaising with all the key supporting professionals.
Clay Hill School has a transparent pricing structure. Our fees are matched to the individual’s service needs individual and we review these annually and adjust them according to any changes. Here at Clay Hill School, we guarantee fee reductions. This means that as children and young people progress and become more independent, their fees will reduce accordingly.
For more details on our fees, please contact us directly to discuss how we can meet your needs by emailing email@example.com
Summer Term (2019)
Term dates: 23rd April 2019 to 23rd July 2019
Half Term: 27th May 2019 to 31st May 2019
Bank Holiday: 6th May 2019
INSET days: 23rd April, 22nd and 23rd July 2019
Autumn Term (2019)
Term dates: 2nd September 2019 to 20th December 2019
Half Term: 28th October 2019 to 1st November 2019
INSET day: 2nd & 3rd September 2019, 4th November 2019
Spring Term (2020)
Term dates: 6th January 2020 to 3rd April 2020
Half Term: 17th February 2020 to 21st February 2020
INSET day: 24th February 2020
Summer Term (2020)
Term dates: 20th April 2020 to 17th July 2020
Half Term: 25th May 2020 to 29th May 2020
Bank Holiday: 4th May 2020
INSET days: 20th July 2020