Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s eye-watering £23K a year school’s menu laid bare

 

PRINCE GEORGE and Princess Charlotte’s school’s lunch menu has been revealed. The school has a three-week-menu cycle that is repeated once throughout the school term. It prides itself on offering seasonal, nutritionally balanced meals for students, that provide them with fuel to get through their academic day. Rather than bringing in their own packed lunches, the children are served food curated by world-class chefs, using the finest seasonal ingredients.

 

 

The young royals can expect to see dishes such as hearty lamb ragout with wholewheat pasta or Mediterranean couscous with baked smoked mackerel appearing on the elite school’s menu.Another lunch option featured on the menu is a turkey and ham pie served with steamed broccoli and cauliflower and oven-baked herby rice.

 

 
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Fish options include roasted salmon on a bed of puy lentils, while vegetarians can enjoy dishes like chickpea, spinach and sweet potato curry.There is also a freshly made soup of the day and bread on offer each lunchtime.The school has been known to serve luxury steamed jam and coconut sponge with vanilla bean custard for dessert.

 

 

Sweet options also include fresh fruit platters, yoghurts or dishes such as a Portuguese egg tart, tropical fruit smoothie or oven-baked oatmeal and raisin cookie served with a banana milkshake.Students at Thomas’s, which charges up to £23,430 per year, are also given a mid-morning snack.

 

 

This can include organic milk or water with fresh fruit or a pain aux raisin.Eight-year-old George has been enrolled at Thomas’s Battersea since 2017.Charlotte, aged seven, joined two years later in 2019.

 

 

George and Charlotte are in year four and year two respectively at the southwest London prep school.But rather than being referred to by their royal titles at school, the children are referred to as George Cambridge and Charlotte Cambridge.Thomas’s Battersea is part of a chain of independent schools in London.

 

 

The group’s website describes itself as a “family-run group of co-educational independent schools in central London, which seek to give an exceptional start in life to more than 2,000 children between the ages of two and eighteen.

 

 

It says it is a “lively, welcoming and supportive community, an extraordinary and far-reaching family of families, so much more than just a group of schools.”

 

 

The school’s motto is to “Be kind” but it also encourages students to “become independent learners; to work hard; to be responsible, organised and to manage their belongings effectively.”

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