Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, attend Lambrook School which is set in the beautiful Berkshire countryside on 52 acres. Their new residence in Windsor, Adelaide Cottage, is only a 10-minute journey away from their school.
What is Lambrook School like inside?
Lambrook School features a 25-meter swimming pool, a nine-hole golf course, an astroturf, hard courts, a squash court, and other sports fields.
With a Diamond Jubilee performing arts studio, a dance studio, a sports hall, and most recently a £6million Queen’s Building for IT and academic learning, Lambrook has extremely impressive grounds.
The primary structure is a sizable, white country mansion that was built in the 19th century.
Because their parents switched from Kensington Palace to a sizable house on the grounds of the Queen’s Windsor estate, George, Charlotte, and Louis had to switch schools.
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In addition, the three children will be able to participate in activities like scuba diving and beekeeping. Their exciting new school also likes to hold Harry Potter evenings.
On “Forest Fridays,” reception students like Prince Louis are “taken on a journey of discovery in the beautiful outdoors”.
Farming, beekeeping, mountain hiking, and polo are among the available activities for George, Charlotte and Louis to enjoy.
Additionally, there is an on-site orchard at the school where pigs, chickens, rabbits, and calves are raised.
Schoolchildren are urged to visit these animals and go on well-being walks, which will be something that the Prince and Princess of Wales appreciate.
William and Kate will be happy about outdoor time being prioritised because they frequently discuss the advantages of being outside for good mental health.
Of course, the institution chosen for the nation’s future King and his siblings is renowned for its scholastic excellence.
It has a 100 percent success record on the Common Entrance exam, which is used to select students for secondary schools from private schools.
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Many graduates go on to other esteemed schools, such as Eton, where Princes William and Harry studied.
Louis’s tuition costs £4,389 per term for students in Reception through Year 2.
Charlotte’s tuition costs £6,448 per term for students in Years 3 to 4.
In addition, George’s tuition costs £6,999 per term, plus an extra £1,481 per term for boarding for students in Years 3 to 8.
This indicates that Prince William and Kate Middleton will spend more than £50,000 annually on their children’s private schooling.
However, this does not factor in any potential fee increases or the cost of uniforms or field trips.
Younger students are frequently expected to collect money so that less fortunate people can also go on school trips to South Africa, France, Italy, Iceland, and other countries.
Given that their new residence, Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, is only a 10-minute journey from the school, George, Charlotte, and Louis are currently only day students at the institution.