Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School

Fosse Bank School

Contact Form

Preferred method of contact
How did you hear about us?

Arrangements for Admissions

If you are interested in applying for a place at Fosse Bank School please contact us to arrange a visit or have a chat about your child and the school.

Once you have decided that you would like to proceed with an application, you will be asked to complete an Application for Admission Form and to arrange a Taster Day for your child.

Following a successful Taster Day, your child will be offered a place at Fosse Bank School and you will be asked to complete a Registration Form and pay a deposit to secure the place.

The full Admissions Policy can be viewed along with other policies here.

If you would like to view our prospectus please follow this link.

Please contact the School Office at any point in the Admissions procedure if you require any information or assistance.

Open Days

In addition to specific weekend Open Days, you are welcome to make an appointment to visit the school on other days during term time.

Personal appointments can usually be made at at times to suit you.  During your visit the Headmistress, Miss Alison Cordingley, and older children will  show you round the school and answer any questions that you may have. If a Zoom meeting is more appropriate, this can be arranged.

For information about our Open Days and Open Weeks  please click here.

Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School
Fosse Bank School

Facilities at the School

We are very proud of our imposing and quirky building, Mountains Country House which is situated in 28 acres of land. There are two football and rugby pitches, an athletics field, cricket pitch and rounders pitch. Also three tennis courts, a walled garden, a cross country track, and our very popular indoor swimming pool.

The classrooms are light and vibrant places to work and all the children also use the computer room,  dining room, music room and library.

For more information on what we have to offer pupils please visit this page.


The quality of teaching and learning at Fosse Bank coupled with our extensive facilities offer good value for money.  School fees (inclusive of school lunches) are payable termly in advance.

After School care is available with sessions running from 3.30pm until 6pm daily.  There is also a breakfast club providing  before-school care  from 7.30am onwards.

For more detailed information on our fee structure for this academic year across all year groups please follow this link.

Fosse Bank has made the decision to continue with Local Authority Funding of 15 hours per week.  The Kent Early Years Free Entitlement (KEYFE) is available to all 3 and 4 years olds in Kindergarten from the term following their third birthday up until the term the child is 5 years old and stops when they join Reception. For more information regarding this funding please click here.

Holiday Club

With the addition of our Holiday Club, the school is able to provide wrap-around care for a total of 50 weeks per year.

Holiday Club continues to run during COVID-19 under certain restrictions and pupils remain in pods.

The holiday club is open to children aged two to eleven and includes siblings not at Fosse Bank.  Activities will include outdoor sessions in the woods, trim trail, Yurt and Dingly Dell, physical activities, music, dance, crafts and much more depending on the ages and interests of the children.  We have dedicated teachers for each age group so you can be assured that everyone will be undertaking activities that are age appropriate.  Please visit the dedicated Holiday Club page for more information.


Our children achieve excellent academic results and the school works closely with parents to ensure that all Fosse Bank children move on to the right school for each individual.  We achieved 100% Kent Test results in 2019.

Recently Year 6 have been offered and accepted places at the following schools (a number of children accept places at the same school)

  • Weald of Kent Grammar School
  • The Skinners’ School
  • The Judd School
  • Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys
  • Tonbridge School
  • Walthamstow Hall, Sevenoaks
  • Radnor House, Sevenoaks
  • Sackville School
  • Bethany School
  • Beechwood Sacred Heart School
  • Kent College
  • Lingfield College

Just to say it’s been a great start to virtual learning 😊for us. X has remained engaged and it is really good to see the whiteboard action - like being at school. Getting the other lessons - art/ music/ PE etc has been good too.

a parent