In Hamilton's 'Dotty Triangles' investigation, children use trial and improvement to find different ways of making a given total by adding three small numbers.
In Hamilton's 'Puzzling Squares' investigation, children add three single-digit numbers with the aim of making a total of 10 and understanding the impact on the sum of different constituent numbers.
These ‘solutions’ to Hamilton's 'No Zero' investigation by 4 different children right at the start of the year demonstrate some of the skills necessary for successful investigative mathematical learning.
In today’s climate, many schools are using a mixture of compatible resources in teaching maths as opposed to the ‘single maths scheme’ often preferred in previous times. Given this more ...
On 27 January, Holocaust Memorial Day commemorates the victims of the Nazi and subsequent genocides.
A two-year rolling programme for each mixed year group (1/2, 3/4, 5/6) covers the National Curriculum for England's science objectives for a single key stage (KS1, LKS2 and UKS2).
Hamilton provide English homework for Reception through to Year 6.
Hamilton provide maths homework for Reception through to Year 6.