She is also expected to take her SATs tests during this school year, which will resume in May 2022.
The tests examine children’s reading, writing and maths skills.
However, from 2023, SATS will not be compulsory, which means Louis may not need to take them.
Charlotte has been spending the summer with her family at their country home Anmer Hall
The youngest Cambridge child will be returning to Willcocks Nursery, but will start school next September.
Meanwhile, George is set to start Year 4 of Thomas’s this week.
The children also go by different names at school as Kate and William reportedly wanted them to have a “normal” childhood.
Rather than their classmates addressing them by their royal titles, they are known as Charlotte Cambridge or George Cambridge.
Charlotte is expected to take her SATs tests during this school year, which will resume in May 2022
Over the summer, along with visiting the Queen during her annual vacation at Balmoral Castle, Charlotte and George are believed to have been taught sailing by their sporty mother.
Women and Home reported Kate was spotted teaching her children the ropes on a small boat on the North Sea.
A source told royal expert Katie Nicholl: “They have enjoyed some wonderful time on the coast this summer sailing and showing the children how to steer and sail a boat.
“They love the water and the two eldest are good swimmers and had no qualms about jumping into the sea even if it was a bit fresh.
“They are clearly a family that loves being outdoors and in nature.
“It was lovely to see them playing so freely and not being bothered by anyone.”
Meanwhile, Kate is likely to be now preparing for the children getting ready for school.
It is not known whether she will be making their school lunches, but Thomas’s school has released information for those who will get food at the school.
Kate is also reported to have given her children some lessons on one of her favourite hobbies
“Lunch for the whole school community is cooked by a team of chefs, who enjoy discussing the choices on offer with the children each day and work with even the fussiest eaters to find something they would enjoy eating.
“The children can choose from a range of lunch dishes, as well as vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, and every effort is made to minimise sugar and salt consumption.
“The day’s menu can include anything from chicken and chorizo jambalaya or pepper-crusted salmon with garlic chickpeas to lentil and carrot soup with garlic dough balls.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK