Princess Charlotte
Princess Charlotte will head to Willocks Nursery School on Sept. 5 or 6. Pictured: Princess Charlotte waves as she arrives for the wedding ceremony of Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and US actress Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on May 19, 2018. Getty Images/Andrew Milligan/Pool/AFP

Princess Charlotte will head to her second year at Willocks Nursery School in Kensington on Wednesday, Sept. 5.

The 3-year-old will enjoy a wide range of new classes throughout the school year. This includes pottery and poetry lessons. On the school’s website, more information about the curriculum has been revealed.

“It is a fun and structured morning with lots of free play where children embark on the first stages of learning to read, write, and to understand simple numbers with the minimum of pressure,” it read.

Princess Charlotte’s classes will take place from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Every day, she and her classmates will sing hymns, read poems, play educational games, and write.

However, Rebecca Perring, a journalist for Express, said that it is also possible for Prince William and Kate Middleton to enroll Princess Charlotte in the afternoon classes, which only take place on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The first day for this schedule is on Sept. 6.

The afternoon classes are less structured, unlike the morning lessons. But the students will also get to enjoy poetry reading, writing, playing, singing, and more.

Willocks Nursery School was founded by Mrs. Diana Willocks in 1964. It is currently being run by Headmistress Lavinia Taylor.

In related news, Princess Charlotte’s older brother, Prince George, will have a much busier schedule when he enters Year One next month.

According to People, Prince George will have classes in math, English, science, geometry, history, and religion. On top of this, he will also have lessons in computing, art and design, technology, music, drama, ballet, and swimming.

Prince George is also expected to complete 10-minute reading sessions every night before he heads to bed. Additionally, a spelling and rule pattern will be sent home with the students each week.