Princess Charlotte to start nursery school in January

Princess Charlotte to start nursery school in January
Prince William, Kate Middleton share family holiday card
In this undated photo provided by Kensington Palace on Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, Britain's Prince William, background left and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge pose with their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, at Kensington Palace. The photo has been used on the Cambridges' Christmas card.Chris Jackson/Getty Images / APFees to attend the school start at £1160 per term for two afternoons per week, ranging to £3050 per term for daily morning sessions.

Princess Charlotte to attend nursery full time, allowing her parents to focus on royal duties

Do you want to go to the German edition?On its website, the school says pupils experience “a fun and structured morning with lots of free play where children embark on the first stages of learning to read, write and to understand simple numbers with the minimum of pressure”.

When the palace confirmed that Prince George would be attending Thomas’ Battersea, it came as a bit of a surprise to royal watchers. Unlike the elite Kensington-area private schools traditionally preferred by royals (including Prince William’s childhood school, Wetherby), Thomas’s is a co-ed, family-run school generally considered to be a less posh pick, according to The Daily Mail. Yet what the school may have lacked in pedigree, it seems to have more than made up for in heart: according to The Guardian, the school specifically focuses on teaching students to “be kind,” and to learn “confidence, leadership and humility.” So much so, in fact, that students are discouraged from having a best friend so that they don’t exclude others.

Community Guidelines and our Terms and Conditions. Please note that our commenting partner Civil Comments is closing down. As such we will be implementing a new commenting partner in the coming weeks. As of December 20th, 2017 we will be shutting down commenting on all article pages across our site while we do the maintenance and updates. We understand that commenting is important to our audience and hope to have a technical solution in place January 2018.There are certain themes of the curriculum that Charlotte will follow.The two-year-old royal – who is the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – is growing up quickly and she is set to take her first steps into education in the New Year when she officially starts at the educational drop-off in Kensington, London, in a few weeks’ time.The highest term cost is £3,050 for the morning school. The afternoon school costs £1,800 per term and the lunch club is £580 per term for one afternoon per week and £1740 for three afternoons during the week.

Charlotte’s progress will be monitored The teachers do keep progress reports of each child and discuss their developments with parents regularly. No misbehaving will go unnoticed. 

Princess Charlotte's nursery school says she will get no special treatment when she starts in January

Princess Charlotte Is Off To School! All About the Nursery She's Set to Attend
Princess Charlotte Is Off To School! All About the Nursery She's Set to Attend

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Princess Charlotte to attend London's Willcocks Nursery next year

School officials say they are “delighted” with the decision and look forward to welcoming Charlotte to the nursery.

Photo: Getty. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge—Will and Kate—also released the photo that will be featured on their official Christmas card. They look wholesome, color-coordinated, and thoroughly staged. They announced that come January 2018, Princess Charlotte will start at London’s Willcocks Nursery School.

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has sat down with his personal friend, former president of the United States Barack Obama, for a brief interview. For BBC Radio 4's Today, which Harry will be helping guest edit for two episodes after Christmas, as per the Guardian, “The interview focuses on their shared interest in building platforms for the next generation of young leaders,” according to Kensington Palace.

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Palace sources said Charlotte would attend the school ‘full time’ but declined to elaborate on whether that was for either morning or afternoon sessions – or both.

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school, which is based in a church hall, is next door to London’s Royal Albert Hall, and very close to the family’s Kensington Palace home.

What to know about Princess Charlotte's new nursery

Image copyright Chris Jackson/Getty Images Image caption The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released their Christmas card photo on the day they announced Princess Charlotte would be attending nursery The photo features Prince George and Princess Charlotte both wearing light blue, standing directly in front of the Duke and Duchess.

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The formal portrait, taken earlier this year by royal photographer Chris Jackson, shows William and Kate and their children in coordinated outfits, standing against a blank background.

The nursery released a statement, saying: “We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte.“The image features on Their Royal Highnesses’ Christmas card this year.”

Previously Prince George attended to the £33-a-day Westacre Montessori School Nursery in Norfolk, near the Duke and Duchess’s home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall.The news of Charlotte’s nursery comes after her older brother, Prince George, started at Thomas’s Battersea, a fee-paying primary school in south London, in September.

Princess Charlotte will start nursery school in January

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Willcocks nursery school, which occupies the hall of Holy Trinity church in Kensington, west London, and was rated as “outstanding” when last inspected by Ofsted five years ago.The nursery was founded in 1964 by Diana Willcocks and has been in the same location in the church hall of Holy Trinity Church in Kensington since 1984. It is now  run by Lavina Taylor.

Thomas’s Battersea, an £18,000-a-year prep school. Previously he attended the Westacre Montessori school nursery, close to the couple’s Norfolk home, Anmer Hall, and before that the Minors nursery school, which was also close to Kensington Palace.

is set to start at the central London nursery in January.

who are expecting their third child in April. Taken earlier this year, it shows Charlotte staring confidently into the camera lens while a more diffident looking Prince George clutches his father’s hand.

Princess Charlotte to Attend Nursery School in 2018

Sir Michael Wilshaw, head of Ofsted at the time, said in a letter to the nursery: "The judgement of outstanding means that you are exceptional and significant elements of your work are exemplary.
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The exciting news was also shared on Kensington Palace’s Twitter account on Monday (12.18.17), at the same time they showcased their annual family Christmas card, which was taken "earlier this year" by photographer Chris Jackson.
The school has been described in reports as having a loyal following of "old English families and chic foreigners" and is something of a hidden gem in the shadow of the Royal Albert Hall.
Over 5.5 lakh people in Gujarat opt for NOTAIn its latest Ofsted report, Westacre was described as a ‘bright, attractive and welcoming environment’.

The lunch club “is for children that are ready for a longer learning session and for older children to prepare them for big school”. Toys and games are organised but the likes of French lessons and music classes are also available.we’re sorry. an error has occurred

And the institution are "delighted" the couple – who are expecting their third child together – have selected their nursery, which is located near to London’s Royal Albert Hall, and they are excited for her impending arrival.

UK's Prince William's daughter Charlotte to start at nursery next year

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Natasha Archer, the Duchess’s stylist, and together, the couple have become trusted confidantes.

© Copyright 2017 The Globe and Mail Inc. All rights reserved.The nursery says that the early years pupils “learn through enormous fun while playing” and there is an enclosed outside play area to facilitate this.

The morning school consists of free play, circle time and ‘letter time’, group time with a teacher which will include educational games, books and writing and then snack time. After snack time there is either singing or nature classes before they finish the morning off with activities like poetry, cooking, singing, acting or playing jigsaw.

Princess Charlotte Is Starting Nursery School in January

This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished here with permission.”We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte. We look forward to welcoming Charlotte to our nursery in January,” a spokesperson for the school said.

Princess Charlotte to Attend Willcocks Nursery School

The Willcocks Nursery School has said: “We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte. We look forward to welcoming Charlotte to our nursery in January.

Chris Jackson/Getty Images/PA Wire It’s sure to be a big year for the whole family. Beyond Charlotte starting school, she’ll also become a big sister when William and Kate welcome their third child this spring. And of course, Prince Harry is set to marry fiancé Meghan Markle on May 19.Running with ribbons in the school yard, pottery lessons and a poetry classes: The education awaiting Charlotte as she becomes one of 36 pupils at outstanding-rated nursery in a London church The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photograph of their family. The image features on Their Royal Highnesses’ Christmas card this year. The photograph was taken earlier this year by @ChrisJack_Getty at Kensington Palace.
Princess Charlotte to attend nursery close to Kensington Palace
Princess Charlotte to attend nursery close to Kensington Palace

On its website the school, rated as “outstanding” by government inspectors, describes itself as traditional, saying it “strives to maintain its ethos for high standards, excellence and good manners”. Fees are 3,050 pounds ($4,072) per term for mornings and 1,800 pounds for afternoons.The League of Gentlemen returns

Prince William, Kate Middleton share family holiday card
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Ms Archer got to know Mr Jackson on the royal couple’s tour of Australia in April 2014 and they began dating upon their return.A school spokesman said: ”We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte.

 Chris Jackson and Natasha Archer Credit: Richard Young/REX/Shutterstock As well as taking the first official portrait pictures of the Duke and Duchess after their wedding and before they went to Canada, he has done a lot of work with Prince Harry on projects including Sentebale in Lesotho, accompanying him during this year’s Invictus Games in Toronto.Kate is currently pregnant with the couple’s third child, which is expected in April.

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