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.

 

 

Pottery Club News (Feb 2017)

P3 and P4 Pottery club have had fun looking at a few different techniques. The children have made pinch pots, tiles and used different mark making techniques, looking at pattern and texture. The children have also had the opportunity to choose items that they would like to make.

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P4/P5 Knitting Club (2017)

Keen knitters from P4 and P5 are busy working on their own creations.  Some are using knitting needles to create traditional scarves while other are finger knitting to creating jewellery items.

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RRS Article of the Month (Mar 2017)

Mrs Jackson then introduced the pupils to this month’s RRS Article of the Month. ‘Article 6: It states that all children have the right to a life and that governments and adults must take actions to help all children survive and develop physically, emotionally, socially and morally.’ Mrs Jackson along with the help of some […]

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P5 Health Week News (2017)

P5 had a very fun and exciting Health week and experienced a range of different and new experiences. They had the chance to learn about and take part in new sports such as Judo, Taekwondo, Zumba, Sailing and even some themed Yoga. P5 loved making their own healthy pitta bread pizzas and had the chance […]

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Coding Club News (Feb 2017)

Miss Blair, Matthew Egan and Jack from P7 run a Coding Club every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm. We use iPads to code on apps such as Tickle, Tynker and Scratch Junior. Next week we will write code to control a small drone using an iPad. We will try to land on the X using […]

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RRS Article of the Month (February 2017)

Mrs Jackson introduced the pupils to this month’s RRS article of the month at today’s assembly. Article 6 – It says that you have the right to be alive and to be the best person you can be. You are a unique and important person. Please click the following link for further information: Article 6 […]

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Themed Menu Days (March 2017)

Take at look at our upcoming Themed Menu days on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 9th March 2017:

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Eco Update (2017)

The Eco Commitee would like to update you on their progress and plans for the coming year. We have just completed our environmental review and from this we have decided on our three eco themes for the next two years. Our themes will be: Litter Waste minimisation Food and the environment We are now in […]

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Latest News

RRS Article of the Month (Mar 2017)

Mrs Jackson then introduced the pupils to this month’s RRS Article of the Month. ‘Article 6: It states that all children have the right to a life and that governments and adults must take actions to help all children survive and develop physically, emotionally, socially and morally.’ Mrs Jackson along with the help of some […]

Coding Club News (Feb 2017)

Miss Blair, Matthew Egan and Jack from P7 run a Coding Club every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm. We use iPads to code on apps such as Tickle, Tynker and Scratch Junior. Next week we will write code to control a small drone using an iPad. We will try to land on the X using […]

P3 Ancient Egypt topic (2017)

As part of their topic “Ancient Egypt” Primary 3 followed a recipe to make traditional Egyptian date balls. They had to read the recipe themselves, prepare the ingredients, follow instructions and even tidy up. It was messy but fun. The children all tried eating them but it seems date balls are like marmite – you […]

Themed Menu Days (March 2017)

Take at look at our upcoming Themed Menu days on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 9th March 2017: