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KidS (Ages 1-4) - Quinta Camacho
KidS Morning Programme - Tuition
$ 1,926,000 /month
|Extended Hours Afternoon Programme||$ 412,000 /month|
|KidS Morning Programme - Registration||$ 1,926,000 /year|
|KidS Morning Programme - Materials||$ 1,806,000 /year|
K4KidS (Ages 4-5) - Quinta Camacho
|K4KidS Programme - Tuition, 8am - 3pm||$ 2,698,000 /month|
|K4KidS Programme - Registration||$ 2,698,000 /year|
|K4KidS Programme - Materials||$ 2,520,000 /year|
KidS (Ages 1-5) - Guaymaral
|KidS Programme - Tuition, 7am - 11am||$ 1,523,000 /month|
|KidS Programme - Tuition, 7am - 2:30 pm||$ 1,862,000 /month|
|KidS Programme - Registration||$ 1,523,000 /year|
|KidS Programme - Materials||$ 1,523,000 /year|
Tuition payments are made on a monthly basis with 11 instalments over the year. Payments must be made by the 5th of every month. For children starting at the beginning of the academic year, payments must be made by 5th August 2021. To secure your enrolment at KidS, we ask for the following fees paid upfront: registration, materials and accident insurance. Note that if a student withdraws prior to commencing at KidS, or within their first month, 50% of the registration and materials will be refunded.
If a student enrols after the start of the academic year, registration and materials is pro-rated based on the entry date.
A non-refundable Accident Insurance fee is charged annually at a cost of $ 63,00. The cost is the same for both KidS and K4Kids Programmes.
The extended hours Afternoon Programme operates at Quinta Camacho for ages 1-4, from Monday - Friday, 1:00pm - 3:00pm.
In the event that the child is removed from the nursery before the end of their contract, KidS must be notified at least three months before the child's last day. Fees will be payable to the end of the notice period. In the instance that a child leaves the nursery or reduces attendance without the required notice period, three months tuition fee will be charged.
The nursery is entitled to charge interest for any delays in payment of monthly fees, at a rate not exceeding the maximum permitted by the authorities.