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Charging for extra-curricular activities

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Last updated on 8 September 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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When may schools charge for an activity? We look at DfE guidance on charging for activities. We also explain that schools wishing to charge must have a charging policy and link to another article from The Key with examples of charging policies.

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  1. 1 Schools can charge for optional extras
  2. 2 Lunchtime clubs
  3. 3 Tutoring outside of school hours
  4. 4 Calculating the costs of optional extras
  5. 5 Refunds for missed activities

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