Dunvegan Primary School – School Fees 2018

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The Annual General Meeting of the Governing Body of Dunvegan Primary School was held on Wednesday, 8th November 2017. The budget was presented and approved by 196 votes to nil with no abstentions.

 

The Fees for 2018 are as follows:

 

  1. Dunvegan Primary School, in terms of Section 39 of the South African Schools Act 84 of 1996, is entitled to charge school fees as established by the Governing Body.

 

2.      These were voted on by all parents attending the AGM held in November. There were no votes against.

Fees are set at R 17 100 per pupil p.a.

Payment Options:

Monthly manual payments (Inc EFT) (Over 11 months) = R 17 100 per pupil p.a.

Full settlement (Due 31 January 2018)- 7% Discount = R 15 903 per pupil p.a.

Debit Order (Over 11 months)- 5% Discount = R 16 245 per pupil p.a.

 

  1. Unless specific application for exemption is made – in accordance with the South African Schools Act (Act N° 84 of 1996) and the Regulations setting out the National Norms and Standards for School Funding (Government Gazette N° 29311 dated 18 October 2006) – it is deemed that the combined gross income of the learners both parents is such that the full fee is payable.

 

  1. Exemption documentation and interview procedures will be established by the School Governing Body.

 

  1. Failure to meet any Debit Order or the settlement in full option will automatically result in the full R 17 100 fees being applicable.
    1. All arrears included previously reduced fees become immediately payable

 

 

Banking Details:

Parents wishing to pay school fees by means of an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) with Internet Banking, please note our banking details are:

Dunvegan Primary School

Bank: First National Bank

Account N°: 51160458845

Branch Code: 201510  (Greenstone Branch)

 

Debit Order Forms will be sent home to all families. These need to be returned by the 30th November 2017

 

Please email proof of payment to accounts@dunveganprimary.co.za

 

“Education costs money, but then so does ignorance!” Sir Claus Moser