Prince William, Kate Middleton Want Prince George To Attend Co-Ed School

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 17, 2017

And now reports have suggested they could be set to make another unusual decision when it comes to Prince George and the school he'll go to after prep school Thomas's Battersea. According to sources, unlike his father, Prince William, and uncle Prince Harry, the tot will attend a co-educational school and not a prestigious boys-only school.

The headmaster of Brighton College felt that it would be "groundbreaking" for the royals to make such a decision.

Gordonstoun School: The independent school set on a 150-acre estate in Scotland is the alma mater of Princes Philip, Edward, Andrew and Charles.

He added that it reflected the "feeling of modern parents who feel increasingly strongly that segregating their sons from their daughters is unnatural and not obvious preparation for a world where women and men are equal partners at work".

And in a recent interview, his father Prince William revealed Prince George is a fan of classic Disney movies.

This might be too early as Prince George has just started attending Thomas's Battersea in London on September 7.

'Their Royal Highnesses are delighted to have found a school where they are confident George will have a happy and successful start to his education'.

The school has also consistently been placed in the top 10 schools for boys and girls in England in the past few years in terms of academic results, and it also has a strong focus on teaching gender equality to its pupils.

Last year, it announced it was axing its 170-year-old uniform code to meet the needs of youngsters who see themselves as the opposite sex from their biological gender.

Brighton College is passionate about equality, and previous year introduced a "trouser uniform" and a "skirt uniform" for pupils up to age 16. Girls who have gender dysphoria can now wear a tweed blazer, tie and pants, while dysphoric boys can wear a skirt, bolero jacket and open-neck blouse. However, the pair has been open about their interest in sending their son to co-ed school. "Kate watched the news from home", an insider said.

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