I came to Hamilton College in 1993 in J2. The school really helped me to develop my independence.

Jayne Massey
Class of 2005

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End of Term Inter House Quiz

At the end of the last day of this term, an Inter House Quiz was held.  Teams from Harris, Lewis and Skye...
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02 Apr, 2015

Easter Assembly

The whole school joined together this morning for our end of term Easter Assembly.  Thanks to our guest...
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02 Apr, 2015

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Aigas Trip

Week 1: Sunday 26 April - Friday 01 May 2015 Week 2: Sunday 03 May - Friday 08 May 2015
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26 Apr, 2015

Study Leave Begins

Study leave dates: Wed 29 April – Mon 1 June inclusive. NB: Higher Classicists will be granted 1 extra...
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29 Apr, 2015

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Higher RMPS

The main course aims are to allow candidates to: 

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of religious beliefs and values
  • Develop analytical skills in relation to sacred writings, beliefs and values of world religions
  • Gain insight into the way in which beliefs and values affect the lives of followers of one world religion
  • Analyse and think critically about their own beliefs and those of others

 COURSE CONTENT

 The course has three mandatory units which are:

World Religion (Christianity)

Morality in the Modern World (Crime and Punishment)

Christianity: Belief and Science

METHODOLOGY

 Classes are organised on a tutorial model, which involves the presentation of the course key concepts and examination of source materials. Pupils are expected to do preparatory reading at home in advance of classes to allow time to be given over to informed discussion and debate.

ASSESSMENT

 One end of unit assessment per unit which will test the skills of knowledge, understanding, analysis and evaluation.

 External exam.