Hamilton is devising a new curriculum maths assessment tool. We have been asked many times for help with tracking progress without levels, and we are devising a way for you to do this by recording mastery of skills. Can you help us with some feedback? Read more
Teach 'Stone Age to Iron Age Britain' confidently and creatively. Hamilton's new curriculum Upper Key Stage 2 Topic will facilitate children's understanding of the period and the role of archaeologists in exploring it. Read more
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About Hamilton

Hamilton Trust is a UK charity working to support high quality teaching and learning. We provide comprehensive English, Maths and other planning materials for primary teachers; we run maths projects at both primary and secondary level; and we provide pedagogical training - all under the guidance of Professor Ruth Merttens.

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  • Hamilton is devising a new curriculum maths assessment tool. We have been asked many times for help with tracking progress without levels, and we are devising a way for you to do this by recording mastery of skills. Can you help us with some feedback? Read more
  • Teach 'Stone Age to Iron Age Britain' confidently and creatively. Hamilton's new curriculum Upper Key Stage 2 Topic will facilitate children's understanding of the period and the role of archaeologists in exploring it. Read more
  • Hamilton is pleased to let you know about Unicef's Bring-A-Pound Day to support children affected by the recent earthquake in Nepal. Help desperately needy children and gain access to some valuable Unicef resources. Read more

Training

Come to grips with the new Primary maths curriculum! Prof. Ruth Merttens shows you how to approach the new curriculum. Three online training videos get you started, and a short introduction answers some of the most common questions about how to manage the new curriculum.