Our Integrated Approach
Hartford’s approach to learning is focussed on integration - exploring how different subjects relate and intertwine with others.
We teach lessons that help students make connections across curricula, demonstrating that learning is never isolated, but symbiotic.
When studying ancient Greece and Rome in History, students will also read the great authors and poets (like Homer and Virgil), and will study the great thinkers (like Socrates, Plato and Aristotle) in Philosophy.
This integrated approach is experienced throughout the entire curriculum - from the ancients to modernity. What is studied in one subject is always complemented by another.
"Classical educators want to equip children to feel at home anywhere on their planet." - Leigh Bortins
Note: This is an example and is subject to change and additions