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Hamilton Academy is supporting Safer Internet Day - Tuesday 6 February 2018. We will create, connect and share respect for this #SID2018 @UK_SIC.  Find out more here  https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2018/

Click here for hmail SN63 is issued today, 26 January 2018

Friday 26 January 2018 - Junk Modelling Materials - A request from the Early Years teachers: The children in Early Years are currently in the middle of their 'Space' topic and need plenty of cardboard boxes and tubes of varying sizes in order to continue model making their own rockets and space stations! If you can send them in via the Priory Road office to replenish their dwindling stock the class teachers would be very grateful. The children would also love to make a person sized rocket big enough to stand in so if you have had or will be taking delivery of a large household item in the next week or two which is delivered in a box please do send it in. Thank you.

The first newsletter of term, hmail SN62 is issued here


Welcome back to Hamilton for the Spring term - after what I hope was a very joyful and pleasant Christmas. This will be another busy term, so please keep an eye out on the website and in the hmail for details of school events. On behalf of the staff and Governors, Happy New Year!

 Theatre tickets at fantastic prices available through FoH - click here

 Ofsted Report published - June 2015 - Hamilton is a good school

Click here for letter from Headteacher and Chairman of Governors

Click here for the full Ofsted Report


Extreme Weather

Reminder of our closure procedures in case of severe weather:  should there be a need to contact parents in the event of hazardous weather, a text message will be sent to all who have registered their mobile numbers on ParentMail.  Details of school closure information will be on this website and be announced on the Bucks website:  www.buckscc.gov.uk

Any decision will be made as early as possible by the Headteacher and Chair of Governors. Please be assured that the school will only be closed as a last resort - the weather would have to be severe enough to prevent a majority of staff getting to school.

If you haven't registered to use ParentMail you are urged to do so.  On this website click the link 'For Parents' and choose 'ParentMail' then submit your details and a registration letter will be sent to you.


Headteacher's Presentation

Click here to see the 'Transforming Hamilton' presentation Stephen Nunn gave to parents and carers on Tuesday 25 November 2014.


To all users of MyMaths

Hamilton has been chosen by the MyMaths team to be a pilot school for its new website. As a result of this I would like you to use the new website and - if you could spare a few moments - provide me with feedback on how you and your child finds the new site;  for example whether it’s easier to use and more fun. I will then collate the feedback to forward to the MyMaths team.

New web address: www.mymathspilot.co.uk       The username and password remain unchanged.

I am grateful for your support – MyMaths is proving to be a really useful tool to consolidate maths knowledge across the age groups.

Angus Blackmore,  Deputy Headteacher


Please phone Hamilton’s office on 01494 522231 to book a place on any of these dates.

You are welcome to bring your child on this visit.  Parking will be available on the lower playground, entrance in Priory Road, from 5 minutes before the start of the visit.


Larks breakfast club

We currently have spaces in the Larks breakfast club, which runs daily in term time from  - if you are interested, please contact the school office at Hampden Road on 01494 437317 for further details and booking forms.

The Hamilton Larks Breakfast Club is run on the Hampden Road site and is open to all children attending Hamilton Academy.  The Larks operates Monday to Friday in term time, from 7.45am to 8.45am.  Children based at Priory Road will be escorted by a member of the Larks’ staff in time for the beginning of their school day. The children are encouraged to select, prepare, eat and clear away their own choice of healthy, nutritious breakfast.  They then participate in a stimulating educational or social activity aimed at giving them the best possible start to their day at school and put them in the right mind to maximise their learning potential.  Each daily session costs £4.00, and may be booked in advance – bookings are based on a first come first served basis - payment in advance or on the day.