Every year the UK celebrates the official birthday of the Monarch in early June, usually the second Saturday. Use this event as a springboard for key stage 1 teaching about …
Explore the art of Salford-based painter L.S. Lowry. His densely populated urban landscapes appeal to children and adults alike and will encourage your children to paint their own landscape environment.
Everyone wants to study the Stone Age! Hamilton provides differentiated cross-curricular topics for Lower and Upper Key Stage 2 covering Stone Age to Iron Age.
The 6th June marks the anniversary of the Battle of Normandy and the D-Day landings that ultimately led to the end of World War 2 in Europe.
The 22nd of May is World Biodiversity Day (also known as the International Day of Biological Diversity) and an appropriate day for your class to get outside to study local …
Capitalise on the excitement of the Six Nations with our fantastic rugby related topic blocks.
Hamilton’s cross-curricular Topics provide fully-researched learning opportunities that utilise lively and engaging activities to work towards clear and meaningful outcomes.
Key stage 1 and lower key stage 2 children love the familiarity of traditional tales and fables, and they make for the perfect springboard into teaching literacy skills.
In ‘a wide windswept place, near nowhere and close to forgotten’ you will find the beginnings of the tin forest.