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Princess Charlotte To Start School At Willcocks In January 2018

December 20, 2017 15:32

On Monday, Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, announced that their daughter, Princess Charlotte, will be starting school in January 2018.

The announcement was further confirmed by a representative of Willcocks Nursery School in London.

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.

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2018 is starting out as a very important year for the Royal family. The Princess just turned 2, and she will be joining other little school-goers to attend nursery. Clearly, a lot of thought went into picking this particular school.

What makes Willcocks stand out.

1. Proximity

Willcocks is hosed in old church hall, just next door to the London’s Royal Albert Hall. Kensington Palace is quite close to both. This means the daily commute for the teeny princess will be pretty short.

2. Entry fees

Parents have the choice of three sessions to enroll their wards – either morning, afternoon, or lunch club. Pricing for all sessions is competitive, standing at approximately $4,084, $2,410, and $776. A term at Willcocks is between two to three months, and it has been confirmed that Princess Charlotte will start in spring of 2018. No word yet about which of the sessions she will be joining.

3. Enough teachers to go round

With only eight students assigned to each teacher, Princess Charlotte is assured the necessary attention children deserve at this stage of their education.

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4. Plenty activities

The school program is loaded with activities and classes to help improve learning. From basic mathematics to art, the schedule runs the gamut. This should provide Charlotte ample room to explore with other kids.

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Charlotte will be attending school full time, much unlike her brother George. He also started school at about the same age (he was two and a half as at January 2016). However, his school was a Montessori, a lot closer to Anmer Hall. And George was only a part-time student then.

William and Kate are expecting a third child. Everyone will be on the lookout for the new royal. And we expect some more excitement in the following months.

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