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Prince William and Kate Middleton’s parenting choices are reportedly causing a lot of friction within the royal family and are also causing a lot of clashes with royal customs and traditions. This claim has been made by royal commentator Joe Drake and during his interview with Royally Us he claimed, “The whole news topic this week has been about William and Kate raising the future king of England in modern times, I’m not sure if sending him to boarding school equates to him being raised in modern times.”



“That’s not going against boarding school, I feel for me as someone who went to public school, that it’s a really unique experience that I think you can learn a lot from, but I’m not sure if that works with the generation below us, the Prince George’s of the world. I think it might be better for him to have a different education.”


“I don’t know what that would entail though because I do think him going to some random school may be tough because he’s the future king.”



Kate Middleton’s 6-Year-Old Daughter Princess Charlotte Is Facing a Big Milestone as She Returns to School

Like so many across the globe, the British Royal family is getting ready for a new school year, which means Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be on their way to Thomas’s Battersea school in South-West London before we know it. It’s hard to believe that the two young royals are growing up right before our eyes. And with each year comes new challenges for the siblings to meet. But this year, it looks like the 6-year-old daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton will definitely be adjusting to some major milestones.



Prince William And Kate Middleton George, Charlotte And Louis

Prince William And Kate Middleton George, Charlotte And Louis

After some time spent in homeschool, Princess Charlotte’s major milestone school year will practically begin on the very first day. The start of her Year 2 schooling will actually be her last in the United Kingdom’s lower school years, per Hello! magazine. England’s primary school — the equivalent of the United State’s elementary school system — is divided into Year 1 and Year 2. Year 1 consists of children ages 5 and 6, while Year 2 features children ages 7-10.


But there’s actually more in store for Princess Charlotte as she starts this new school year. Along with her milestone entrance into the junior level of her primary schooling, Princess Charlotte will also begin taking Standardized Assessment Tests. These tests track students’ growth between Years 2 and 6 in their schooling. Charlotte and her classmates will be tested on two specific subjects — math and reading.



Fortunately, this testing won’t be as stressful as what American students might encounter. The SATs in England are not timed, removing any sense of urgency or stress for the children who are taking them.



Prince William And Kate Middleton George, Charlotte And Louis 3

Prince William And Kate Middleton George, Charlotte And Louis

Education has been an incredibly important value for Prince William and Kate Middleton to instill in their children, and with their support and Princess Charlotte’s confidence, we’re sure the young royal will meet these new challenges.

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