Visit Day School and FAQs

Visit Day School and FAQs

The following list of frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) provides more information about the daytime school. If this doesn’t answer all your questions please get in touch using the contact form.

  • Can I visit the school?

    This may be possible but those wishing to visit for a day would need prior agreement from the school leadership. We offer taster days to people considering joining the school who would like to spend a day in the environment to see if it would be a good fit for them. If you are interested in a taster day, please complete the form below.

    Day School Taster Day

    • We love diversity but, for the time being, robots are not allowed!
  • What are the school Hours?

    9.30am – 5.30pm, Thursday and Friday.

  • What are the school dates?

    The 2019-20 year runs from 19th September 2019 to 22nd May 2020; approximately 30 weeks with breaks at Christmas and Easter.

    Term 1 19th Sept-13th Dec Reading week: 24th-25th Oct
    Term 2 9th Jan-27th Mar Equipping Team: 6th-9th Feb
    Reading week: 20th-21st Feb
    Term 3 16th Apr-22nd May Equipping Team: 7th-10th May
    Reading week: 2nd-3rd April
    Reading week: 9th-10th April
  • Where is the School?

    The school will run at Eastgate, 141 Springhead Parkway, Northfleet, DA11 8AD.

  • Who can apply?

    The school is open to adult Christians from all denominations as we believe the supernatural lifestyle should be the ‘natural’ lifestyle for all Christians. Please see the  application page.

  • Can I still be involved in my local church?

    Yes, definitely. If you have specific responsibilities at your church that may affect school attendance or reading/homework please get in touch to discuss this.

  • What about childcare?

    Sadly, we are unable to provide any childcare. Those with children would need to make their own arrangements.

  • What about accommodation and transport?

    Members of the church are sometimes able to offer one or two nights’ accommodation to students who live some distance away. However, each student is responsible for their own living expenses including housing and transport.

  • What is the cost?

    The school relies entirely on the students’ fees.

    We offer a discounted rate for those aged 25 or under on 30th September 2019 of £950 for the full year.

    The standard cost of the first year 2019-2020 is £2150 (including all books for the required reading list). Please note that the fees will be held at an early bird rate of £2050 for applications made before the 30th June 2019.

    There are several payment plans available, do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

  • Can I work and attend the school?

    We understand that students may need to work part-time to support themselves and such work could provide a valuable opportunity to put into practice what has been learnt at the school. However, wisdom will be required to maintain the correct school/work balance. Please  get in touch if you wish to discuss this.

  • I have a question not listed above

    We are sorry you couldn’t find the information you were looking for. Please get in touch with us and we will do our best to answer your question.