Working as a full-time artist in Glasgow, whilst exhibiting in galleries in the UK and Japan, is a result of being motivated creatively. My creative inspiration finds roots in Hamilton College's art department.

Blair Thomson
Class of 1998

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J4: Romans for the Day!

J4 have been Romans for the day! Pupils came to school this morning dressed in Roman costumes and went on a...
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23 Oct, 2014

Study Zone

Study Zone has become a very popular lunch time club for J6 and J7 pupils. Children give up part of their...
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23 Oct, 2014

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29 Oct, 2014

Geography Field Trip

Geography Field Trip 29/30/31 October 2014
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Higher Physics

The Higher Grade Physics course is composed of three units on Mechanics and Properties of Matter, Electricity and Electronics and Radiation and Matter.  These units are 40 hour nits.  Each unit is assessed by an end of unit test.  The candidate must also complete a practical test for the course.  If a candidate passes the test for a given unit he/she will be awarded a pass in that unit.  Furthermore, if the candidate then passes the terminal Higher Grade Physics examination (which covers work from all three component units) he/she will be awarded an overall pass for the course at Grade A, B or C.