How do we get numerically fluent children who enjoy mathematics? Come find out at Ruth Merttens' FREE seminars. This session outlines four key strategies which enable teachers to engender mental agility with numbers as well as a deeper understanding of mathematical operations and concepts. Read more
New dates in Devon, London, Somerset, Hampshire, Surrey and Essex. How do we know children have mastered or are on-track to master age-related expectations and also ensure that they continue to enjoy their learning of mathematics? Come and find out from Professor Ruth Merttens this Spring Term. Read more
Hamilton's office will be closed from 23 Dec to the New Year. We will have a skeleton staff in on Monday 2 January to help you get up to speed for 2017. Please take a moment to check that your login details are working and that your access period extends through early January (login and go to 'My account'). Read more
Hamilton is extremely proud to announce that BETT has shortlisted Celebrations for a 2017 award for Early Years Digital Content. This cross-curricular topic introduces Reception children to special celebrations in their communities and in the wider world. Read more
Hamilton's December newsletter has just been sent to subscribers. If you already subscribe, look for it in your inbox. If you don't subscribe, you can download a pdf version here and catch up on Hamilton's news, such as new plans, curricular issues in education and special resources offers. Read more
This FREE session hosted by the Institute of Childhood and Education, Leeds Trinity University is sponsored by NAPE. Professor Ruth Merttens will talk about what Mastery means in the context of schools in England on Wednesday 25th January (4.30pm - 6.00pm). Read more
Group Readers are specially written modern stories to share in groups of three to six children. They are charmingly illustrated and facilitate reading and comprehension progression from Reception right through to Year 6. Available to download or buy, they enhance any scheme of English! Read more
Have you ever wished that Ruth Merttens would run a maths-focused staff meeting at your school? Well, now's your chance to deliver one of her staff events yourself, under her guidance. Hamilton has put together a set of materials to facilitate getting your teachers on track for delivering consistent maths teaching across your school. Read more
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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.

Latest News

  • Hamilton's December newsletter has just been sent to subscribers. If you already subscribe, look for it in your inbox. If you don't subscribe, you can download a pdf version here and catch up on Hamilton's news, such as new plans, curricular issues in education and special resources offers. Read more
  • This FREE session hosted by the Institute of Childhood and Education, Leeds Trinity University is sponsored by NAPE. Professor Ruth Merttens will talk about what Mastery means in the context of schools in England on Wednesday 25th January (4.30pm - 6.00pm). Read more
  • How do we get numerically fluent children who enjoy mathematics? Come find out at Ruth Merttens' FREE seminars. This session outlines four key strategies which enable teachers to engender mental agility with numbers as well as a deeper understanding of mathematical operations and concepts. Read more

Training

Get 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.