Learning about life cycles is an important way to develop children's understanding of the world and help them understand and deal with weighty concepts such as life, death and birth.
We discuss ways to assess and track the progress of your class against the objectives of the science curriculum for England.
It is not often that opening a book provokes a gasp, but 'Dear Teacher' by Amy Husband is one of those books: the cover has to be ‘opened’ like an ...
October is Black History Month. Use this time to explore the culture and people of the African diaspora with your class.
Hamilton's 'animals, including humans' science blocks cover all of the key stage 1 and key stage 2 science objectives in this area, such as what animals need to live and ...
'Good at Sums and Poor at Reasoning?' is Hamilton's new maths training seminar with Professor Ruth Merttens. In this session, new for the 2019-20 school year, Ruth focuses on the ...
Discover a range of intrepid explorers in our cross-curricular topics. Compare and contrast Columbus and Armstrong, go on a polar expedition with Shackleton and Norgay, take to the high seas ...
Read poetry with your KS1 class to develop spoken language, practise memorisation, try out performance skills and inspire powerful writing.
The Roman Empire had a lasting impact on the landscape and culture of Britain. Find out more with Hamilton's FREE cross-curricular history topic for lower key stage 2.