As an spin-off of What is the education system like in Westeros? where we learn that
Not all houses have maesters. If a Maester cannot be contracted, then the Lord of the house will often find someone else to teach his children.
Once a noble house has made arrangements with their Maester as to the appropriate subjects for their children, the Maester will generally tutor the children as needed, using a scheduled curriculum.
I wonder what they are normally taught.
I understand that whatever they are taught, differs greatly depending on gender (since very different things are expected from each). From the TV show, I seem to remember seeing the Starks learning to use swords (or to fight), bow and arrows and learning heraldry (learning about the other noble houses). Probably riding and reading and writing are taught too.
What is the usual curriculum for the children of noble houses in Westeros?