Financial Arrangements 2018-2019

Brighton Steiner School is an independent school where parents make a financial contribution as school fees towards the cost of providing Steiner Waldorf Education. Brighton Steiner School receives no government funding or commercial sponsorship.

Information for on school fees is detailed in the School Fees and Financial Arrangements Booklet 2018/19

Application to the School Bursary Program is made by completing the Pupil Bursary Application Form 2018/19

Early Years Free Entitlement (EYFE) and School Fees

Brighton Steiner School Early Years is registered with the Local Authority’s Early Years Free Entitlement (EYFE) through Brighton & Hove for 3 and 4 year olds and some 2 year olds, which is applied from the beginning of the term after a child’s 3rd birthday until the end of term in which the child turns 5.

The Early Years Free Entitlement (EYFE) of 15 hours per week can only be taken within specific ‘Standalone*’ hours and are subject to availability (additional information is administrated through school admissions,) we also offer the 30hours entitlement, as detailed in the Brighton Steiner School Core Offer 2018-19

In line with our EYFE commitment we have a limited number of Standalone Places available for a family that chooses to only access the Free Entitlement section of the day. These places are subject to our Early Years Free Entitlement Admissions Policy 2018

If you would like to apply for a Standalone EYFE Place only for your child, whether 15 Hours or 30 Hours, please complete the Early Years Fee Entitlement Standalone Place Admissions Slip 2018 and return via email to The School will then apply the EYFE Admissions Policy and Criteria to your application and let you know whether you have secured a Standalone Place.