Our April 2017 Newsletter is now available to download here. Printed copies are available from the school office.
Our Easter School Programme is running on Monday 3rd, Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th of April between 9am and 3:30pm.
Information regarding subjects and levels on offer will be made available over the next 2 weeks on our Easter School page. Pupils will be required to sign up for each session using forms similar to Friday Study School.
This years’ Easter School Programme is running on Monday 3rd, Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th of April between 9am and 3:30pm. A variety of subjects and levels will be on offer across 6 sessions each day.
The following subjects are on offer – please sign up using the links provided. A full list of what’s on offer is available by clicking here.
|Accounts||Art||Week 1 only|
|Biology||Week 1 only||Computing Science||Week 1 only|
|Maths||Modern Studies||Week 1 only|
|PE||Physics||Week 1 only|
As part of a focussed approach to enhance the learning opportunities of our pupils, we will be launching a Friday Study School Programme to support our young people beyond their timetabled learning. All pupils in S4, 5 & 6 are invited to enrol in the programme and participate on Friday afternoons in subjects of their choosing.
The sign up links for week 1 subjects are now live. Please note the subject focus may not be available yet, please see subject teachers if this is the case.
We need your help!
HGS is involved in an exciting project called Polli-nation which is tasked with adapting our school space to encourage wildlife.
We are looking for helpers during the construction phase over the next two terms. We plan to construct bug hotels and green walls filling them with plants. If you feel like you can help us please contact Mrs Michelle Colbourne at the school.
Parents’ Evening bookings are now completed electronically; a letter explaining the booking process was handed out to all S3 pupils last week.
Booking for is open for all remaining evenings as detailed below:
|Year Group||Booking Window||Parents’ Evening|
|S3||23/1 6pm – 5/2 10pm||7th February|
|S4||6/2 6pm – 20/2 10pm||23rd February|
|S5/6||6/2 6pm – 24/2 10pm||1st March|
You can make your appointments online at https://www.parents-booking.co.uk/hamiltongrammar.
Only the main emergency contact’s name will be accepted; Mr Richardson, Ms McCabe, Mrs Jones etc. If you are having difficulties please try known emergency contacts. If you are still having difficulties then please contact the school office.
Once you have logged in, we suggest you use the ‘Automated Booking’ wizard to make your appointments. There is a help-sheet attached or you can watch the tutorial video on the automated wizard below.
A new programme for S4, S5 & S6 that will run every Friday between 10th February and 24th March from 1.30 – 2.30
Supported study – An opportunity to build and extend on classroom learning in a more relaxed environment
Opt in basis – All pupils welcome. Most, if not all, subjects involved in the programme. Pupils choose on a weekly basis which subject they wish to attend.
A full list of the subjects, levels and topics on offer, as well as the staff who will delivering each session are here. Many departments are running National 5 & Higher or different subjects areas on a rotational basis, please make sure you check the PDF before signing up as both forms will be live each rotation.
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamilton Grammar- Open for Business!
Hamilton Grammar is hosting its’ very own Business Breakfast on Tuesday 21st February from 8:30am until 9:30am.
Addressing the action points highlighted from the Wood Report which has led to The Developing Young Workforce initiative, we are currently looking to strengthen existing links with our current business partners as well as expanding and nurturing new links. This is an exciting opportunity for local businesses to engage with the young people of Hamilton Grammar School and encourage them to pursue a career within your industry.
We realise that your time is precious and as such there is a leaflet attached which highlights various ways in which employers can enhance the experiences of our pupils as well as the benefits to yourselves.
Attending our business breakfast will be an opportunity for you to find out more and to share your ideas as to how we can continue to establish and build on our existing employer partnerships.
If you are interested in attending our event then please contact:
Miss Monica Horn via the school office.
Developing Young Workforce Lead