At first, the offspring of the British royal family were traditionally taught at home, and not sent to kindergarten. Starting from the age of three, Prince Charles – the current King of Great Britain Charles III – studied at Buckingham Palace with his governess Catherine Peebles, she also taught his sister Princess Anne, as well as younger brothers Andrew and Edward.
In 1985, Prince William, at the age of three, went to the private pre-school Mrs. Mynors, located around the corner from Kensington Palace, the residence of his parents. Prince Harry ended up there two years later.
Willcocks Nursery School in London
Prince George was sent to kindergarten at two and a half years old – he went to Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk, where, as the name suggests, teaching was based on the Montessori system (it is based on the idea of independence and freedom of the child). His younger sister Charlotte and brother Louis entered Willcocks Nursery School in London, where the cost of education was, according to the Express newspaper, £ 14.5 thousand (more than 1.6 million rubles) per year.
A school desk instead of a governess
As for school education, here Prince Charles himself turned out to be a pioneer. His mother, Elizabeth II, and her sister, Princess Margaret, studied at home (at Buckingham Palace) with governess Marion Crawford and visiting teachers. Including the Deputy Provost of Eton College, Henry Marten.
But the future King Charles III, who also began his studies with a governess, was nevertheless sent to Hill House Primary School in West London with mixed classes, in which there were both boys and girls. 00%
Lambrook School Windsor
Prince William’s children are enrolled in Thomas’s Battersea private school with an academic curriculum in literature, arithmetic, French and science. But Prince Louis last year, at the age of four, went to study with his older brother and sister – at Lambrook School in Windsor, where their parents moved to be closer to Queen Elizabeth II.
In the UK, children are also sent to a preparatory school where they study until the age of 13. Prince Charles was sent to the same place where his father Prince Philip studied, Cheam School, located in Hadley, Hampshire. It was founded in 1645 – and, for example, the father of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Randolph, studied there.
The eldest son of Prince Charles, William, studied at the Ludgrove School for boys. Also, not in London. This independent educational institution for children from 8 to 13 years old, founded in 1892, is located in Berkshire.
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What awaits Prince George?
Prince George has yet to go to high school – and it is not yet known which educational institution his parents will choose for him.
This may be Gordonstoun School in the Scottish city of Fife, where his great-grandfather Prince Philip, his grandfather Charles III, as well as Prince Andrew and other family members studied (by the way, the king hated this educational institution and called it a “nightmare thing”).
Marlborough College in Wiltshire
In addition, in the future he may be sent to Marlborough College in Wiltshire, where his mother Kate Middleton and aunt Pippa studied, as well as Princess Eugenie, who distinguished herself by good academic performance.
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Finally, Prince George can wait for the prestigious Eton College, which his father Prince William and Uncle Harry graduated from. This educational institution was founded in 1440 by King Henry VI and is considered in the UK a forge of personnel for the elite.