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  • 26/03/24

    Easter Holidays

    Hamilton School closes for the Easter Holidays on Thursday 28 March. Students will be finishing a the earlier time of 12:30pm this day. We look forward to welcoming all students back to school on Monday 15 April. Wishing all of our families a wonderful Easter break.
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  • 13/03/24

    World Book Day

    We had a phenomenal day celebrating World Book Day at Hamilton on Wednesday 6 March. Students and staff were invited to dress up as their favourite book characters. We had Isabel Allende's 'Zorro'; an array of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland characters; Robert Southey's...
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  • 26/02/24

    Parent Survey

    A letter has been sent to all parents today regarding our Parent Survey, which can be accessed here. As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the best possible educational experience for your child, we are pleased to announce the launch of our annual Parent Survey. Your feedback is incre...
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  • 12/01/24

    Forest School

    This half term we are looking at ways we can improve our Forest School area. Together with the students, we have been researching elements such as permanent shelters and handmade furniture, all of which the students could make themselves with tools and guidance. Our next stage is compiling stud...
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  • 19/12/23

    Special Visitors

    We have had some VERY special visitors at Hamilton School today. Louise from Canine Assisted Learning brought in four tiny puppies who are therapy dogs in training. Our students absolutely loved being able to hold and stroke the puppies - being so tiny, some of the puppies happily fell asleep on the...
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  • 06/12/23

    Christmas Holidays

    School finishes for the Christmas holidays at 12:30pm on Wednesday 20 December. All students are to return to school on Monday 8 January 2024. 
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  • 06/12/23

    Subject focus - Maths

    At Hamilton, our main aim is to develop a pupil’s ability in mathematics to the fullest by providing a wide range of mathematical experiences and resources to make it interesting and easy so that each pupil becomes confident in the subject and achieves at the highest level of which they are ca...
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  • 30/11/23

    Year 11 Work Experience

    Careers at Hamilton has taken a positive step forward this term with the first work experience placement since the Covid pandemic. Thanks to our colleagues at Education Business Partnership (EBP), our students are completing a week-long placement at a range of centres, in fields ranging from custome...
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  • 24/11/23

    Kayaking

    Through the kindness of local accountancy firm, James Cowper Kreston, some of our Year 11 students have had the opportunity to attend weekly coaching sessions at Wokingham Waterside Centre, learning skills in paddling and working toward their instructor qualification in kayaking and canoeing. It...
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  • 17/11/23

    Anti-Bullying Week

    This week is Anti-Bullying Week. We marked the week with a number of inputs with the students, as well as an opportunity to wear Odd Socks on Wednesday 15 November. Odd Socks Day, promoted by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, provided us with an opportunity to have fun, be our unique selves, and...
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  • 07/11/23

    Boxin2Shape Boxing classes

    One tutor group each half term spends a session each week with Boxin2Shape. Boxin2Shape provide a challenging and fun workout with the students, suitable to each of their individual levels. Not only does this provide physical exercise for the students and awareness of incorporating exercise in to a...
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  • 31/10/23

    Canine Assisted Learning

    Twice a week, Polly the dog comes to visit with Louise. Polly and Louise are from Canine Assisted Learning and they come to spend time with our students on a one-to-one basis as a part of our offer to all students here at Hamilton. Polly loves being stroked and talked to or watching as our students...
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