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Category Archives: Parents Information
Hamilton Grammar School are delighted to announce that they have been awarded Eco School status for another two years. This is the school’s 7th Green Flag award which is a first for secondary schools in South Lanarkshire Council and only … Continue reading
Parents of pupils who are applying to higher education this year, for entry in 2019, are cordially invited to a special UCAS evening for parents, and if possible pupils, where there will be a full explanation of the procedure along … Continue reading
Pupils who have reached school leaving age may be entitled to Education Maintenance Allowance – EMA. Applications for EMA can now be made online via the link on the South Lanarkshire Council website. This is the preferred route for applications. … Continue reading
We have been asked by the Council to remind all parents not to park in the Bus Bay in Kemp Street. It is important that buses picking the children up from school have safe access to the pick-up area.
The last day for nominations for the wider achievement awards is Thursday 24TH May. Collect a form from Mrs Colbourne or Mrs Goring before you miss out!
Nominations are now open for the Wider Achievement Awards – if you feel that you or a friend is worthy of an award for contributions to a sports team, for volunteering, for fundraising for a charity or for any other … Continue reading
“Connect” and “Survivalists,” two teams from Hamilton Grammar School recently battled it out at the Young Enterprise Lanarkshire finals In the end the Survivalists were successful attaining the ‘Product Innovation’ award and the ‘Christmas Trade Stand’ award at the Lanarkshire … Continue reading
BBC School News Report 2017 from Hamilton Grammar School on Vimeo.
Who’s it for? Parents and Carers of children and young people with autism (age 5 to 18) What’s it about? The training will focus on understanding social, emotional & behavioural challenges through a free e-learning course. What’s on offer? An … Continue reading