Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis’ new school

It’s back to school for the children of Cambridge! On August 22, People announced that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis would all attend Lambrook School in Berkshire next month amid the family’s move from London to Windsor. “They’re a family that loves the outdoors so much, London wasn’t working for them anymore,” a source close to the family told People of their move. “The countryside is definitely their happy place.”

“Their Royal Highnesses are extremely grateful to Thomas’s Battersea where George and Charlotte have had a successful start to education since 2017 and 2019 respectively and are delighted to have found a school for their three children that shares similar philosophies and values,” Kate Middleton and Prince William said in a statement via a statement from Kensington Palace, according to People.

“We would like to thank George, Charlotte and all of our outgoing students for upholding the values ​​of the school and for their many contributions to school life throughout their time at Thomas’s. We wish them much happiness and success in their next schools and beyond,” Ben Thomas, director of Thomas Day Schools in London, told People.

Lambbrook School Principal Jonathan Perry also released a statement telling People: “We are delighted to have Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis joining us next September and we look forward to welcoming the family. , along with all of our new students, to our school community. While Lambrook offers boarding school options, George, Charlotte and Louis will only be attending during the day. According to the outlet, George will likely stay at Lambbrook until leaving for high school.

Lambbrook School has around 560 pupils and is set in 52 acres of countryside. It offers a range of extracurricular activities, including scuba diving, golf, podcasting, skiing, tap dancing, jazz, beekeeping and tennis. It also offers trips to various destinations around the world. Previous trips have included Sweden, France, Italy, Iceland, Somerset, Dorset, South Africa and the Isle of Wight.

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