Prince George and Princess Charlotte's new school schedule could help shape their future

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are starting a new school in September with a brand new schedule

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte are preparing to start at Lambrook School in Berkshire this coming September. 

With the Cambridge family move to Windsor imminent, there's big changes afoot for the whole family. But by the sounds of their busy school schedule, it's going to be an exciting fresh start for the Cambridge children.

Lambrook School is described on its official website as, "a leading co-educational Prep School for 615 boys and girls aged 3-13, set in 52 acres of beautiful Berkshire".

The private school is one of the leading in the country, rated as 'Excellent' by Ofsted and is for both girls and boys between the ages of three and 13.

Lambrook offers a wide range of subjects as part of their school schedules, with a few more unusual additions, such as compulsory Latin from year five onwards. There's also plenty of opportunities to hone their musical talents at Lambrook - an area in which they've both shown much promise.

During an impromptu performance at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Princess Charlotte helped to conduct an orchestra to the Disney Hit from Encanto, We Don't Talk About Bruno, clearly showing that Charlotte shares the Queen's musical talents. While Prince George reportedly took a shine to music during his time at Thomas's Battersea Prep, where music is a big focus.

There are 420 music lessons available to the Cambridge children, with subjects spanning everything from tap dancing to bagpipe playing.

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The children are also following after their mother, Kate, who played piano and flute as a child, reaching Grade 5 in both singing and music theory. Kate Middleton also stole the show with a surprise piano performance at last year's royal Christmas  carol concert in London.

As stated on the school's website, "Lambrook has a truly inspirational staff team who not only know and care for their pupils but are also passionate about their subjects.

"The aim of the curriculum at Lambrook is to provide pupils with a stimulating and broad education in a nurturing environment; preparing them at every step for the challenges that they will face both now and also in the next stage of their educational journey."

Lauren Hughes

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