Charging and Remission Policy - page 4

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TRANSPORT IN THE SCHOOL MINIBUS
1. Pupils of the school, school staff members and parents may be charged
for travel in the minibus. Charges made will cover the costs incurred,
including depreciation; the service should not make a profit for the school.
4.
COACH TRANSPORT TO SPORTS MATCHES
1. Pupils of the school, school staff members and parents may be required to
make a contribution for travel to Sports Matches. Charges made may be
required to cover the costs incurred by the Coach Operator; the costs will
not make a profit for the school.
5.
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUMENTAL TUITION
1. The school will charge the cost to the pupil for providing any instrumental
tuition not part of normal peripatetic provision. In cases of hardship
Governors will consider, at their absolute discretion, the remission of fees
(either in full or in part) for those pupils who they consider will benefit from
such tuition. Remission of fees will only apply to parents who are in
receipt of eligible benefits.
6.
INGREDIENTS/MATERIALS/EQUIPMENT (IN KIND)
1. The Governing Body reserves the right to charge for ingredients, materials
or equipment or require them to be provided by parents, if the parents
have indicated in advance that they wish to own the 'finished product'.
This is directly relevant for the cost of materials/ingredients for the
following subjects: CDT, Science, Food Tech, and Art/Craft.
2. It is agreed that pupils can pay for extra enrichment resources on the
understanding that lessons in normal curriculum time should not rely on
pupils possessing these resources, unless they are made available to
pupils without them e.g. a copy in the library/spare copies.
7.
BROKEN EQUIPMENT/DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
1. The Governors will allow all departments to ask pupils and/or their parents
to contribute towards the cost of repairing or replacing an item when
damaged or broken as a direct result of misconduct by the pupil. This
does not in any way detract from the teaching staff's duty to brief pupils
thoroughly and to manage a calm and safe working environment for the
pupils.
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