How Prince George and Charlotte returned to school after fun-filled February half-term


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge suspended their official engagements last week to spend some time with their children at their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall following their half-term break at Thomas’s Battersea school in west London. 

Their eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte enjoyed their break and returned to school on Monday after watching Wales vs France Six Nations Match at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday.

Prince William said:

“We’ve been lambing with the children this week. Charlotte wasn’t sure at first, but George was straight in there. Louis loves the tractors. They love seeing the lambs and feeding the lambs.”

In 2016, William and Kate took their eldest children on their first skiing holiday in the French Alps with photos of George and Charlotte wrapped up in snowsuits and their parents giggling as they had a snowball fight.

The curriculum at Thomas’s is broad and as well as the core subjects, Charlotte started Reception class in September and  has been learning French, Computing, Art, Music, Drama and Ballet, taught by specialist teachers. The early years schedule also gives pupils the chance to explore the outdoors, by going off-site on a ‘Woodland Adventure.’

While George’s subjects in Year 2 include Literacy, Numeracy, Science, Topic (History and Geography), RS, French, PSHCE, Art, Computing, Music, Swimming, Ballet, PE and Games.

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