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Welcome to Hermitage Primary School

Hermitage is  a non-denominational co-educational school in Helensburgh, Argyll & Bute. It covers all stages of Primary 1 to 7 and is the largest primary school in  the local authority. The present roll of the school is 400 with two classes in each year group (P2-P7) and three P1 classes.

 

 

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P1 Book Week (2016)

Primary 1 had a super time celebrating “Book Week”.   We shared lots of stories, explored a variety of books and finished off the week by dressing up as a book character.  A fantastic time was had by all!

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Your Digital Leaders

P7: Digital Leaders (2016-17)

P7 pupils from Hermitage Primary recently joined over 200 peers from 40 schools across Argyll & Bute at a special day for newly appointed digital leaders. Hermitage’s new digital leaders enjoyed a range of experiences in coding and programming, ICT problem solving and digital creativity. The day was aimed at increasing the digital leaders’ skills, […]

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P2: Winter Husky Run

With the low winter sun and fog settling over a crisp Hermitage Park, P2 donned hats, gloves and warm layers to complete one of their favourite activities; their mile run. P2 bounded around the atmospheric course in one of their fastest times yet and showed true husky spirit, all with a smile on their face. […]

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P2 Make Pizza (well, kind of…)

This week in P2 we took our first steps in learning about fractions by making our own pizzas. Sadly, they were only pretend ones. After we had chosen our toppings and designed our pizza, we learned how to divide them into halves then quarters so that we could share them equally with our classmates. Have […]

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RRS Article of the Month (Nov 2016)

Mrs Jackson introduced the pupils to this month’s RRS Article of the Month. Article 2: All children have these rights, no matter who they are, where they live, what their parents do, what language they speak, what their religion is, whether they are a boy or girl, what their culture is, whether they have a […]

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Casual Clothes Day (2016)

The Pupil Council held a Casual Clothes Day on 18 November 2016 and raised a wonderful total of £369.11  through donations from pupils and staff. All proceeds are being donated to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF UK). Well done everyone for taking part and raising money for such a worthwhile cause.

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P3 Children in Need Pop Up Tuck Shop (2016)

On Friday the 28th of October the Primary 3 classes in Hermitage Primary hosted a spectacular Pop Up Tuck shop to raise money for Children in Need. The Primary 3 classes have been learning about Shops and Shopping as their topic and had the idea to run a pop up tuck shop to raise money […]

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Latest News

A Wriggly Nativity (2016)

Our Christmas Nativity, presented by Primary 1 and supported by Primary 2 and 3, will take place on Friday 16th December 2016 at 1:30pm.  Tickets are available to buy with extra tickets going on sale from Monday 12th December.

P6 Synagogue Trip (2016)

On Tuesday 15th November, Primary 6 enjoyed a visit to the Giffnock Synagogue in Glasgow. We were welcomed by our guide, who talked the children through the features in the synagogue. The children handled artefacts and learned the Hebrew names for them, and were able to ask lots of thoughtful questions. After noticing many Stars of […]

P7: Digital Leaders (2016-17)

P7 pupils from Hermitage Primary recently joined over 200 peers from 40 schools across Argyll & Bute at a special day for newly appointed digital leaders. Hermitage’s new digital leaders enjoyed a range of experiences in coding and programming, ICT problem solving and digital creativity. The day was aimed at increasing the digital leaders’ skills, […]

RRS Article of the Month (Nov 2016)

Mrs Jackson introduced the pupils to this month’s RRS Article of the Month. Article 2: All children have these rights, no matter who they are, where they live, what their parents do, what language they speak, what their religion is, whether they are a boy or girl, what their culture is, whether they have a […]