Financial Responsibility of parents

School Maintenance Fund


All parents are asked, as part of their responsibility to Latymer All Saints CE Primary School, to pay yearly contributions to the School Maintenance Fund. Currently the amount each family pays is £36 per child. The School Maintenance Fund is spent on maintenance and other costs of keeping the School premises and facilities up to the high standards expected by parents, staff and governors.


The school building has been built and paid for by the Church of England and the Governors have the responsibility to maintain the fabric of the School. As in every Church School, the Governing Body must contribute towards the cost of the maintenance under a form of insurance scheme organised by the Church; parents’ payments to the School Maintenance Fund are used for this purpose.


Parents will be advised of the year’s contribution in the first week of the September term. Please make your payment each year promptly as this helps to keep our costs and workload down.  You can make your maintenance payment through parent pay.  New Inland Revenue arrangements also help the School as the Governing Body can claim the tax paid through Gift Aid.  If you are a taxpayer, just tick the box – we do not need your employment details.


The maintenance payment letter can be downloaded by clicking the link below:

maintenance fund letter