As news came from Norway today that the children of Haakon and Mette-Marit are switching schools, so come the news from Denmark. Prince Nikolai – the oldest son of Prince Joachim and Countess Alexandra – is finishing 9th grade this year at Krebs school. Krebs is the school his father and uncle attended, and his… Continue reading Prince Nikolai starting boarding school
The court released information today that Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus will change schools – starting after the summer. Ingrid Alexandra will start in 5th grade at Oslo International School, whereas her brother will start in 3rd grade at the Montessori school in Oslo. The court states that the reasoning is that Ingrid… Continue reading Ingrid Alexandra and Sverre Magnus to start private schools
Back in February, the news came that Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary had chosen that Princess Isabella would follow in her older brother’s footsteps and attend Tranegårdskolen in Gentofte. As I wrote over at Blog Royale back in May 2011, the decision that Christian should attend that school was not universally applauded. I expect… Continue reading Education for the young Danish royals (100 things #12)
Today the Norwegian court revealed that Mette-Marit has handed her Master’s dissertation in.
Ingrid Alexandra had her first day of school today. Like with big brother Marius’ first day seven years ago, the grandparents were included. Grandmother Marit Tjessem and King Harald accompanied the first grader and her parents on the big day. King Harald said: “I think it is good that Ingrid Alexandra will be attending the… Continue reading Ingrid Alexandra’s first day of school
HRH Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway will start school on August 19. She’ll attend the nearest public school to Skaugum – Jansløkka school. It is the same school as her older half-brother, Marius, went to, but breaking with royal history. Her father and grandfather attended Smedstad school in Oslo. Jansløkka school is a primary school… Continue reading Ingrid Alexandra starting school
Last autumn, the Norwegian court announced that Crown Princess Mette-Marit would be attending part-time master’s level courses, to further her education. The Crown Princess, who studied development studies at London School of Oriental and African studies when she was living in London, has also studied Philosophy of Life and Ethics at the University of Oslo,… Continue reading Mette-Marit continuing with her education
This week the firstborn grandchild of the King and Queen of Norway, Maud Angelica Behn started first grade. Maud Angelica, who turned six in April, is the first female that was born with rights to the Norwegian throne. For those of our readers who aren’t Norwegian, and who may have different ages for starting school… Continue reading Maud Angelica starting school
While in Finnmark, Haakon and Mette-Marit received the question of whether or not Princess Ingrid Alexandra would be receiving training in the Sámi language. The Crown Princely couple replied that it was doubtful as not all schools offer lessons in the language, but that if they really wanted to, they would have to look at… Continue reading Learning the languages of the country?