HATTEMER : a unique teaching method. Private, secular, non-subsidised education.
Based in Paris, HATTEMER is a non-subsidised private school, welcoming pupils from nursery to high school. Founded in 1885 the teaching is based on a unique pedagogical method.
The HATTEMER Method : develop and stimulate the desire to learn…
From the age of 2 ½ in the «Ladybirds» class, then from 3 to 4 years old in «Dolphins», then from 4 to 5 years old in «Squirrels». Open from 9 am to noon et from 2 pm to 4.45 pm. English is taught in all sections.
The HATTEMER Method : learn the fundamentals to read, write and count…
From the age of 5. Following the rhythm of the HATTEMER Method, knowledge is gained quicker and in a more in depth way. The teaching of reading is syllabic and analytical.
The HATTEMER Method : the program of the Éducation Nationale … as a simple minimum reference…
Gain in depth knowledge of the subjects taught in relation to the official guidelines : study of Literature already from 6ème, in-depth Mathematical concepts, History well beyond the official program…
The HATTEMER Method : The Baccalaureate … and much more …
The students are supervised, do a lot of homework and gain knowledge while continuing to structure their method of working to anticipate their post-Baccalaureate. 100% success rate at the Baccalaureate.
The HATTEMER Method : personal development and growth across the arts, travels, sports…
The teaching of fundamental subjects is followed by a personal development around various activities : Theatre, Dansing, Club Investments, Judo…
The HATTEMER Method applied to Distant Learning…
Offers families a mode of teaching in line with their needs (expatriations, travels…) and enable children to follow a quality education in all circumstances. From nursery to primary and up to secondary school.
HATTEMER is a private (“hors contrat”), secular educational institution that welcomes students from pre-school to “terminale” (S- Sciences, L- Littérature, ES- Economics and Sociology, and STD2A- Design). Rose Hattemer, headmistress, founded the school in 1885 using an original pedagogical method for teaching core subjects.