But will the Duke and Duchess choose to stay in Norfolk, or will they move back to London? As ever, speculation abounds; so to add our own fuel to the fire, here are the schools we think Prince George could attend.

During our activity times children choose their own learning. They have free flow access to the indoor and outdoor areas and there are a wide range or resources for the children to use. For example

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The learning environment in our Foundation Stage Unit gives the children opportunities to help them develop socially, emotionally, physically, morally and intellectually. In the Foundation Stage we promote active learning, through play, in seven areas of development:- 

Now fully co-educational, Hollygirt welcomes applications from girls and boys aged 3-16. Whilst most children join us at age 3 or 4 , age 7 and age 11, it is not unusual for us to accept pupils into any year group, to start at any point in the academic year, subject to places being available.

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Yesterday Prince William revealed he was already looking for schools for his children.

Our day is carefully planned to ensure every child has the best possible opportunity to learn and achieve their potential. Children experience a mixture of child initiated, small group and class group activities during each session.

During these activity times staff have specific roles and spend time interacting with the children and sharing in the children's learning, as well as focusing on specific activities and learning objectives.

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The Headmaster, Mr Fred de Falbe and his wife Juliet will show you around the school. Those interested in boarding will also be shown around our two boarding houses.

Most prospective parents visit Beeston Hall School on an individual basis at any stage of the process. Please ring the Headmaster’s Secretary/Registrar: Mrs Vivien Farnell (+44 (0)1263 837324) to make an appointment.

We are an inclusive school committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and the holistic development of all pupils and staff.

We are ambitious and keen to ensure that pupils are thriving in a vibrant learning environment which provides pace, challenge and support.

As such, many parents often begin researching potential schools years before a child is due to attend.  And it seems the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are no different.

To experience the real atmosphere at Beeston Hall, we recommend you arrange a visit during term time. School tours and meetings with Headmaster are conducted any weekday morning by appointment.

Want to know more? Make an appointment to come in so you can see and feel what makes us the best small school in Nottinghamshire.

Finding the right school for your child can prove to be a long process for parents; while allocation day in April can see many miss out on their first choices.

If you have any queries or questions about your child's learning and progress please speak to your child's class teacher. We are always happy to discuss your child with you and to answer any questions you may have. If we are not able to speak to you straight away we will arrange a convenient time to talk to you. We really appreciate all the support parents give to their children's learning and development.

Prince George, who will turn three in July, is due to start school in September 2017 and currently attends a Montessori nursery close to the couple’s Norfolk mansion, Anmer Hall.

GCSE Success!August 25, 2016A huge well done to our Year 11 pupils who, supported by our staff, performed to a very high standard to attain excellent GCSE outcomes for the school this summer. 62% ...

During each session the children take part in group teaching and learning sessions. These take place at group carpet areas or around the Foundation Unit environment or school (eg the hall). They include things like:

We pride ourselves in being a truly comprehensive school catering for the needs and aspirations of our pupil body.

There are 5 staff training days each school year when the school is closed to children. These are shown in the 2016-17 calendar