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Author Archives: Hamilton Grammar
On Friday 8th March, pupils from Beckford Primary, Chatelherault Primary, Quarter Primary, St Johns Primary, Woodside Primary and Hamilton Grammar School will have a ‘dress down day’. All pupils will be expected to wear a colour from the Uganda flag … Continue reading
All pupils received a letter today regarding ParentPay. The letter has activation instructions which are unique to your child/children and should not be shared with anyone. ParentPay can be used to pay for school meals, trips etc. SLC have produced … Continue reading
In response to news coverage from other areas of the country over the weekend, the headteacher has issued a letter to parents/carers. A copy is available here.
Numeracy clubs are run in room C003 from 3:35pm to 4:05pm. Come along and join in. New members always welcome! S1 Tuesday – Count On Me – Come along and get some extra practice using numbers with teachers around to … Continue reading
This year we have 3 Christmas events all happening on Wednesday 19th December. Christmas Jumper Day We are once again taking part in Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. It is not a non-uniform day and pupils should endeavour to … Continue reading
On Sunday 2nd December a group of S6 pupils from Hamilton Grammar School attended the Les Hoey MBE Christmas party. This is continuing our partnership with the charity and the group of young people who attended are part of the group steering our … Continue reading
The school’s deadline for UCAS is fast approaching – 21st December. Applicants will be busy with prelims but should be reminded of the time sensitive nature of having their applications completed. All applications need to be checked by our UCAS … Continue reading
This year we will be organising another collection for Hamilton District Foodbank. Friday 30th November will be a dress down day with a Scottish theme which means you can wear blue, white or tartan instead of your uniform. The cost … Continue reading