The popular prince George has invited & # 39; a few of his classmates to playdates at Kensington Palace & # 39; – but it must all be safety investigations, claims from royal sources
- Prince George, 6, is & # 39; popular & # 39; among students from £ 18k a year in St Thomas & # 39; s Battersea
- William and Kate say they are happy that he is nestling so well with his colleagues
- An insider said he had classmates around for performance dates at Kensington Palace
- The source said it & # 39; awesome & # 39; was for children, but safety testing was needed
He may not be in his third year, but Prince George is already proving a popular student among his colleagues.
The third in line for the throne, six, goes to £ 18,000 a year at St. Thomas & Battersea school and returned to school this month after the summer vacation.
And according to insiders, the young king already has & # 39; a pair & # 39; of his classmates invited back to Kensington Palace, with his parents Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 37, saying they were delighted & # 39; about how well he settles.
The & # 39; beautiful & # 39; play dates in the palace are said to be more complicated than the average, because every visitor must be screened.
Prince George, 6, is already proving a popular student among his colleagues at £ 18,000 per year at St Thomas & Battersea school, and invites colleagues for performance dates at Kensington Palace (seen on his first day) at school this month)
A described source The sun how George & # 39; just like any other normal child & # 39; , adds: & # 39; It's just that most school children don't go somewhere like Kensington Palace to see their friends out of lessons.
& # 39; It's great for them – and their parents – to go to such a beautiful and historic palace and run the business.
& # 39; But it requires a little more planning than a normal playing date, because everyone visiting the palace needs to be screened. & # 39;
According to insiders, the young king already has & # 39; a pair & # 39; of his classmates invited back to Kensington Palace, with his parents Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 37, saying they were delighted & # 39; were about how well he settles (seen this month on the first day of Charlotte)
The & # 39; beautiful & # 39; play dates in the palace are said to be more complicated than the average, because every visitor to the palace must be seen (seen)
This month, George started his third year at St Thomas & Battersea, while Charlotte began her first year at the same school – telling Kate spectators that she & # 39; is very excited to join her big brother & # 39 during an engagement in June.
In May, Simon O & # 39; Malley, headmaster of Thomas Battersea said: & # 39; We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided that Princess Charlotte will join her older brother, Prince George, to Thomas & # 39; s Battersea. We look forward to welcoming her and all our new students to the school in September. & # 39;
The cost for George is £ 6,429 per term or £ 19,287 per year, while for Charlotte it will be £ 6,305 a term of £ 18,915 per year – the lower figure is due to a small discount given to the second child of a family .
The family saw play together in May: Kate, William and their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in the jointly designed garden of Adam White and Andree Davies prior to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Thomas & # 39; s Battersea was founded 40 years ago by David and Joanna Thomas and has described itself as & # 39; happy, dynamic and lively & # 39; and one that is proud of his & # 39; excellent academic results & # 39 ;.
Pupils are offered after-school activities such as fencing, philosophy, gardening and pottery.
Thomas is proud of a & # 39; completed education & # 39; with as much emphasis on kindness as academic outcomes – although many of the 540 boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 13 go on to top public schools such as Eton.
Thomas Battersea's ballet and playground on the roof
- Thomas & London's Day Schools is a group of independent, co-educational preparatory schools in Battersea, Clapham, Fulham and Kensington
- It was founded in 1971 when actress Joanna Thomas, a mother of three, started a kindergarten in a church hall
- The Thomas Battersea location was opened in October 1990
- The school has 540 pupils between the ages of four and 13
- It is located in a monumental building – once a primary school founded in 1700 – with facilities such as a playground on the roof, a theater, a ballet room and earthenware rooms
- The most important school rule must be friendly, while other core values include courtesy, trust and humility
- Former students are Florence Welch (from Florence & The Machine), model Cara Delevingne and her sisters, Poppy and Chloe
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