Inside Prince Louis, George and Charlotte’s £17,000 ‘new school’
Prince Louis is expected to join his older siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince George at the prestigious Lambbrook School in Berkshire in September.
Reports say Kate Middleton and Prince William have chosen private school, which costs around £17,556 a year, as they move to their Windsor estate to be closer to the Queen.
There, nine-year-old George, seven-year-old Charlotte – who previously attended Thomas’s School in Battersea, London – and their younger brother Louis, four, will not only receive a top-level education, with compulsory lessons on Saturdays.
Louis, who went to Willcocks Nursery School in London, and his siblings will also be able to take part in a variety of extravagant extracurricular activities, all of which are included in the program.
The trio will be offered the chance to try scuba diving, cooking, polo – and there’s even a nine-hole golf course for the kids in the school’s sprawling 52-acre grounds.
Other “enrichment activities” students can choose from each semester include farming, chess, mountain biking, judo, public speaking, debating.
According to the school’s website, squash, sewing, lifesaving, filmmaking, songwriting, tap dancing, jazz and creating podcasts have also been retained.
Additionally, Cambridge children will also be able to explore the school’s bee farm to learn more about nature.