Holy Week

Term 1 at Hartford College ended with the boys performing a dramatised reenactment of the events of Jesus’ passion to the Hartford Community. Under the guidance of our Year 5/6 teacher, Mrs Jenny Hoare, the boys practised and memorised their lines over several weeks and gave a first-class performance. The students experienced the holy events…

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Music as a Liberating Art

At Hartford College, we recognise music is an essential liberal art. Teaching in the liberal arts tradition, music is central to character development, the recognition of beauty, the development of memory, and so much more. Music has a profound connection to mathematics and poetry, engaging our body, mind, and heart. Music permeates our daily lives,…

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The Liberal Arts: Introduction

The Liberal Arts has an extensive history that finds its roots in the classical world of Greece and Rome and has been taught for many centuries until more recent times. Throughout history the aim of an education in the liberal arts was to form not only the mind, but the whole individual, by cultivating a…

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