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Lambrook School: The legendary ‘closed club’ school where future British royals attend | News about the economy

Marking the end of an era marked by the death of Queen Elizabeth II, there has been a renewed public interest in the lives of England’s royals.

Not only from mischievous “spear” Harry adds fuel to the fire, but also thanks to William’s “proper” family image, as every stylistic choice of Kate becomes a local trend and every cute “off-protocol” tease and grimace of George, Charlotte and Louis drives public opinion to madness. So starting their studies at the legendary Lambrook would be no exception. After all, the family’s decision to move to Windsor made the choice of this historic educational institution inevitable – one has only to bring to mind the image of Queen Victoria, sometime in the 1860s, visiting her carriage to see her grandchildren who were studying there and immersed in cricket matches.


Lambrook School: This is a school
Lambrook School: This is a school

Headmaster of Lambrook School welcomes William and Catherine, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte

Lambrook School: This is a school
Lambrook School: This is a school
Lambrook School: This is a school
Lambrook School: This is a school

It is surrounded by a green area of ​​more than 200,000 square meters. In the heart of Berkshire, Lambrook School is over 150 years old and provides its outstanding pupil of 615 boys and girls with an academic education of the highest standard, as well as a range of activities which, as it proudly states, have the right foundations of education which keep them in balance with what is required for a childhood Healthy (the ages they attend there are from 3 to 13 years old).

Basic education, which begins in kindergarten – in small classes of 8 children – is accompanied by music and French lessons, but also a series of outdoor activities that make children love nature and animals. The school’s curriculum emphasizes sustainability and as part of this Lambrook Orchard is home to pigs, chickens, rabbits, bees and lambs. Children take beekeeping lessons, grow fruit and vegetables, and learn to build birdhouses. Its sports facilities include cricket and football pitches, swimming in a 25m pool, 9 hole golf course, hockey etc.

Lambrook School: This is a school
Lambrook School: This is a school
Lambrook School: This is a school

And the Performing Arts Center in Lambrook is particularly famous in its own right, with theater and music taught here, while student theatrical performances and musicals are productions staged even elsewhere, such as the legendary Eton College – after all this is an encouragement for all the talents of the children that Give them “feathers fly” as the school motto states. These “Suites” were published by Walter Owen Bentley and his brother Horace Milner, who studied here in the late 1900s.u From the last century he founded the car company of the same name, or the poet Lord Alfred Douglas who studied in Lambrook in the same period, as well as the brothers Max and Tom Evans who excelled in the game of Scottish rugby. And if the cost of tuition seems unreasonable – annual fees for boarding students come to nearly €32,000 – this is certainly not a problem for the three children of the heir to the British throne, who were born with their own wings.

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