Homework Prince George

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The 6-year-old prince may only be entering second grade, but his curriculum for the upcoming school year is all sorts of demanding.In order to prepare for his role as the future king, Prince George will be honing core competencies like English, science, history, geography and math. George and his classmates will also explore music, drama, French, religious studies, computing, art/design technology, physical education and even ballet.

The 6-year-old prince may only be entering second grade, but his curriculum for the upcoming school year is all sorts of demanding.In order to prepare for his role as the future king, Prince George will be honing core competencies like English, science, history, geography and math. George and his classmates will also explore music, drama, French, religious studies, computing, art/design technology, physical education and even ballet.

In addition to perfecting the skills taught to him during his Reception Year, George’s year-long curriculum includes lessons in math, English, science, history, geography, and religious studies.

He’ll also have more specialized courses in French, computing, art/design, technology, music, drama, and ballet.

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As for his homework, the prince will be required to complete 10 minutes of reading every night along with a spelling rule or pattern which is sent home with the students each week.

The website also notes “the importance of a healthy home/school partnership and values the role of parents in the home.

“Year 1 sees the beginning of a more formalized learning program.

Children in Year 1 become increasingly independent and confident and begin to relish the opportunity to tackle new challenges presented to them across the broad curriculum,” the school’s website states.

All of the meals are served after the students have eaten their morning snacks which are usually water or organic milk with oat biscuit or fresh fruit.

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