Prince George started his first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea on Thursday, September 7. He was accompanied by his father, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. As any child starting their first day of school, George looked a little nervous but being hand-in-hand with William calmed his nerves until he was greeted by the Head of Lower School, Helen Derbyshire.
According to their website, Thomas’s Battersea there are seven stages of learning that compromise the Early Years Foundation Stage. Several of the stages are dedicated to literacy, math, expressive arts and design, and understanding the world.
Before heading off to school, George’s grandfather, Charles, Prince of Wales, told ITV that he didn’t have any advice for the youngster. In an interview, he told Royal editor Chris Ship of ITV News that George probably wouldn’t have taken any advice from him given his age. He added that at George’s age, you don’t worry about the same things at school that one would as they get older such as meeting new people.
“Poor old thing,” he added. “He’s been left there to have to get on with it when the parents go away.” Though he believes that it’s good for George in the end given that the experience will be a character building one.
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