PRINCE GEORGE’s rumored new school would give him the chance to hone skills useful to carry on three family traditions.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children are set to move into Adelaide Cottage, a four-bedroom home on the grounds of the Windsor estate, this summer, it has been widely reported. This move will also likely prompt Prince George and Princess Charlotte to stop attending Thomas’s Battersea school in London.

Similarly, Prince Louis is unlikely to continue to go to Willcocks Nursery School, just a short walk away from Kensington Palace, if his family relocates to Windsor.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been tipped to be attending from September Lambrook School, located just a 15-minute drive away from Windsor Castle.

This Berkshire school has a modern approach to education and provides a mix of high-standard education with plenty of opportunities to play sports and join clubs.

Among the extra-curricular clubs, there are three that may be interesting to Prince George, as they are tightly linked with traditional activities passed on from one generation to another within his family.

The first is the polo club, which can be played on the school’s ground as it boasts 42 acres dedicated to pitches for a variety of sports.

Prince George’s father, Prince William, learned to play polo from a young age alongside his brother Prince Harry, surely influenced by their father and grandfather – both highly skilled players.

Last month, William took part in a charity match, which raised more than £1 million for a number of charities supported by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Prince Charles played polo competitively and took part in matches across the world.