Princess Charlotte of Cambridge will enroll in the same school as her elder brother, according to sources. A real headline told The Mail on Sunday that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plan to send it to Battersea of Thomas in the London district of Wandsworth. The decision to send the three year old princess to the same school that her older brother was informed for security reasons.
The London-based school was chosen by Prince William and Kate for Prince George because "he was the right one for him."
The primary school website says it's "a busy and propitious school" that offers a "rich and comprehensive curriculum."
In addition, fundamental values include "goodness, courtesy, trust, humility and the learning of being donors, not winners."
Battersea by Thomas educates more than 550 students between four and sixteen.
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Students offer extra-curricular activities, including ballet, drama, ICT, French, music and PE.
The rates for attending the London school are around 6,000 pounds sterling.
Last year it was reported that the Cambridges could not send their children to a "traditional" high school, such as Eton.
One source was quoted as saying: "They are very willing to allow George to spread his wings as a child and he will never do what people expect to do when it comes to their children."
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When does Princess Charlotte go to school?
Princess Charlotte is expected to begin her education at Thomas Battersea as of September.
She will be four years old, since her birthday falls on May 2.
Prince George, who is six years old, has been in the school for two years.
And while she prepares to start her primary school, Princess Charlotte has attended Willcocks Nursery in Kensington since last January.
The Willcocks Nursery School is closely related to the Thomas Battersea school, as it is one of the potential schools for students who attend the nursery.
The school website lists a series of schools in the "The future" section, which says: "Preparing children for their future schools – parents can find the following helpful links."
However, there are several schools in the list of suggestions, including mixed schools (The Harrodian, Knightsbridge) and children's schools (Kensington Prep, Pembridge Hall).