So ahead of Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s first day we look at how Lambrook School will impact the young royals and what the school’s key aims are.
Kate Middleton and Prince William have opted for Berkshire instead of London as their main residence, mostly for the sake of their children’s education.
Lambrook Prep School was founded in 1860, the leading co-educational school that claims to lay the foundations of its pupil’s futures.
Their website reads: “During their time with us, we give our pupils the ‘Feathers to Fly’ so that when they leave us, they will spread their wings and will take flight; leaving Lambrook as confident, happy, engaging, mature, considerate, and thoughtful young adults who are outward-looking global citizens.”
Alongside an exceptional level of education, the school claims a superior wrap-around pastoral care which enables the students to exceed in later life.
Their website places emphasis on giving their pupils the necessary skills required to tackle the world’s current challenges, among many opportunities tailored to discover and nurture their student’s talents.
Aside from their children’s education, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also decided on their move to Berkshire to be closer to both Her Majesty the Queen and Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton.
Reports say that William and Kate will be making a family home out of Adelaide cottage, a Grade II listed property located on the Queen’s 655-acre Windsor estate, which allows a 15-minute school run to Lambrook.
The Sun reports that the master bedroom of the Adelaide cottage features unique design details, which include golden dolphins and ceiling rope decorations from a 19th-century royal yacht, creating a nautical-themed home.
The outside of the cottage features private gardens where Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis can all play together after finishing a busy day at their new school.