The royal couple revealed today that nine-year-old George, seven-year-old Charlotte and four-year-old Louis will all start attending Lambrock School, near Ascot in Berkshire. Education there costs 7 thousand per year. pounds, writes thesun.co.uk.
George and Charlotte previously attended Thomas’s school in Battersea, south London, while four-year-old Louis went to Wilcox Nursery in South Kensington, west London.
But after the family moved from Kensington Palace to a four-bedroom Adelaide cottage, all three children will attend the same school.
If the young prince and princess attend a day school without boarding, then their education will cost the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge around £53,508 a year.
This private school is nine miles from their new home near Windsor Castle.
The 40-year-old Duke, who likes to drive his children to school, will now be able to drive most of the journey to the school gates on the private roads of Windsor Great Park.
Lambruk is a comprehensive preparatory school with part-time study. It was rated “Outstanding” in the most recent Independent Schools Inspectorate.
In addition to traditional subjects, this school offers students to try scuba diving, podcasting, and even a nine-hole golf course.
The 620-pupil independent school also offers chess, first aid, tap dancing, beekeeping and songwriting clubs.
William and Kate have been spotted visiting the school “multiple times” this year with security experts as they search for a school for their children.
It is said that the Duke even discussed Latin lessons with one student.
According to sources, the siblings are now “very excited” to go to school together.
A palace source said today: “The decision to move to Windsor and have George, Charlotte and Louis go to the same school was always about putting the children first. It’s the best thing for them.”
“Both William and Catherine are very keen to take the children to school.”
“There’s a big focus on sport at Lambrok and all three of their children love sport.”
“George, Charlotte and Louis are very excited to be going to school together.”
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