Prince George and Princess Charlotte are preparing to begin their new school life at Lambrook School.
The little royals, who have recently moved to Berkshire from their previous residence in London, will start at Lambrook School on 8 September, as such, we look upon the busy schedule that awaits George and Charlotte this academic year.
An excellent private school, rated as such by Ofsted, for both boys and girls, between the ages of 3 and 13, Lambrook serves as a home for 610 pupils at the Church of England school. According to Good Schools Guide the boarding fee there was £25,440 last year.
Lambrook also offers a wide range of subjects for its pupils, George and Charlotte will be busy with lessons in English, Maths, French, Science, Greek, History, Geography, ICT, Art, Design & Technology, Drama, Music, RS, PE, Swimming and Games. From year five onwards, Latin is compulsory, and they will also be attending Saturday school from this age.
Lambrook School offers a total of 178 LAMDA lessons, with 420 individual music lessons, even offering bagpipe playing.
On their website, the school states: “Lambrook has a truly inspirational staff team who not only know and care for their pupils but are also passionate about their subjects.
“The aim of the curriculum at Lambrook is to provide pupils with a stimulating and broad education in a nurturing environment; preparing them at every step for the challenges that they will face both now and also in the next stage of their educational journey.”
If the little royals turn out to harbor talents in the realm of music, they might also join the senior chapel choir when they’re older, the same choir which has performed in Notre Dame and Windsor Castle.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be spending a lot of time at Lambrook’s beautiful chapel regardless, as there are four services each week, which pupils’ families and outside speakers can attend on Saturdays.