From speaking and dealing with countless new people, from pupils in committees at school, to guests and visitors, I feel more confident in meeting new people. Also, having to take five assemblies at school developed my public speaking skills.

Christopher Lewis-Laverty
Head Boy 2010/2011

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Religious Education

Welcome to the Religious Education department!

RE at Hamilton College reflects the Christian Ethos of the school, allowing pupils to gain an understanding of the Christian faith, as well as aspects of other world religions. Teaching staff maintain a class environment in which pupils are free to voice their opinions, think critically and analyse various viewpoints. Pupils are actively encouraged to explore spiritual, moral and philosophical matters and are challenged to respond to the ideas they discover.

Religious Education is given to S1 & S2 pupils.  All S3 & S4 pupils follow the SQA's National courses for Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies (RMPS).  Pupils may choose to move on to the Higher course in S5 or S6.