Why Is Prince George Not Allowed To Make Close Friendships At School?

LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 7: (EDITORS NOTE: Retransmission of #843614148 with alternate crop.) Prince George of Cambridge arrives for his first day of school with his father Prince William, Duke of Cambridge as they are met Head of the lower school Helen Haslem at Thomas’s Battersea on September 7, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Richard Pohle – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Prince George, holding his father’s hand, arrived at his school, which costs £ 17,000 a year.

But there are allegations of a strange policy at school that discourage him from making a close friend.

“There is a policy that if your child is going to have a party – not all children are invited – he should not distribute invitations in class, in front of those who are not invited” Jane Moore said. “I think it’s very good so you do not feel excluded.

There are banners everywhere that say “be kind,” which is the school’s slogan.

According to Moore, children are not encouraged to build strong friendships. This may seem harsh, but it is clear that the school pays close attention to the best interests of children.

Instead of having a “close friend”, you have to communicate with the whole group, enhancing social skills.

Moore points out that the school really focuses on the trait of kindness. It is important in that school, and ecclesiastical care is amazing.