Princess Eleanor starts high school at a boarding school in Wales: who pays for it? how will you live
Thea Princess Eleanor On Monday, August 30, a new phase begins in his life Start your high school classes In the boarding school UWC Atlantic College, located in South Wales (UK), where he will study the two courses before the university which will be paid by the Kings of Spain.
He is leaving for the British School as soon as he arrives Completed primary and secondary school in a Private School Santa Maria de los Rosales in Madrid, which is the same training as his father.
Leonor de Bourbon et OrtizPrincess of Asturias and heir to the throne, who will turn 16 on October 31, will combine her studies in Wales with her corporate activity in Spain.
How is the boarding school in Wales where Leonor de Bourbon y Ortiz will attend High School?
Atlantic College, where the International Baccalaureate is studied, belongs to the United World Colleges (UWC) Internship Network whose goal is to “promote international understanding through education”.
A feature of the center is the presence of students from many countries and of different races and beliefs.
70 percent of the 360 students are on partial or full scholarships, so they don’t come from wealthy families.
King Philip VI of Spain and Queen Letizia pay €76,500 for Princess Leonor’s boarding school
In the case of the princess, the monarchs have already announced that they will take care of the £67,000 (about €76,500) her two years of high school cost.
Where will Princess Eleanor live at UWC Atlantic College?
Leonor de Bourbon will live in one of the houses spread across the campus and will share the same room with three other students of different nationalities.
In his room, he would have a bed, a wardrobe, a chest of drawers and “a few other things,” Peter Howe, the school’s principal, said until a few weeks ago, last February to describe the “Spartan” of the room where the schoolchildren are housed.
“It won’t be handled differently. We pride ourselves on that. Every student is the same, regardless of their background or background,” Howe explained.
The teacher is responsible for each group that lives in another area of the house with his family and acts as a teacher and “adopted father” for the schoolchildren he takes charge of, as well as a bridge role with their parents.
In her spare time, like any student, the princess has to wash her clothes in the washing machines in each dorm.
He will also have lunch in the middle of the dining room at the shared tables with the other young men.
Princess Eleanor speaks English, French, Arabic and Chinese
Leonor de Borbón y Ortiz speaks perfect English, in addition to having a good command of French and knowledge of Arabic and Chinese, which will also facilitate her integration, apart from the fact that there will be some other Spanish students she has already met. July in an audience in Palacio de la Zarzuela.
Princess Eleanor’s Schedules and Lessons at UWC Atlantic College Wales
Classes at the Welsh School take place between 8:00 am and 1:15 pm, and the afternoons are devoted to community services, sports and leisure activities.
The princess will have science and literal subjects, which she will be able to choose from a range, so she will be in a class with different classmates in each discipline.
Another group of subjects focuses on values such as peace, a sustainable future and individual initiative, to which are added activities related to creativity (theatre, gardening, ceramics, hosiery …), the environment and sports such as swimming, basketball, tennis or aerobics.
The academic program does not include religion because it is considered a secular center and without any “political or otherwise” conditions.
On weekends, students have the option of taking various recreational trips or activities on campus.
The school calendar contains several holiday periods throughout the year, which will allow the princess to continue her official activity in Spain, which has gradually increased in the past three years.
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