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.
Celebrate the power of storytelling in May with National 'Share a Story' Month.
Hamilton has always been attentive to the unique challenges of teaching mixed age classes, and we are pleased to announce the availability of mixed age flexible and short maths blocks …
Prepare for and celebrate World Earth Day on and around 22 April with Hamilton topics across the key stages. This is the day and time of year to focus on …
The new Education Inspection Framework by Ofsted makes interesting reading. The report is structured by reference to the three 'I's.
The second of May is the anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci in 1519. Celebrate his life with Hamilton's inspiring key stage 1 block about inventors, and enable …
Vincent Van Gogh is one of the world's most popular painters who provides brilliant inspiration for children to develop their own artistic skills and ideas.