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.

 

 

P6 Run Pupil Council Polling Day

Today, P6 successfully organised and ran Hermitage Primary’s first ever polling day. The polling station was led by entirely by P6 pupils with Returning Officers, Presiding Officers, Poll Clerks and Ballot Clerks guiding pupils from P4-P7 through the balloting system. Pollsters were also on hand to try to collect live exit data as pupils left the […]

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P6 Launch Electoral Commission for Pupil Council Elections

As part of their democracy topic learning, P6 have been working towards planning, organising and running Hermitage Primary’s first polling day to learn about a democratic election process and to promote and guarantee a fair election and result in the 2017 Pupil Council elections. In this pre-election stage, the pupils formed an electoral commission, chose roles […]

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P1: People Who Help Us – Fire Crew Visit (Sept 2017)

As part of our People Who Help Us topic the Primary 1 classes had a visit from the Fire Crew from Helensburgh Fire Station.  You will see from the pictures below that all of our pupils had fun trying out the equipment in the playground and hearing about all the things that our brave fire […]

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P1: Taking our learning outside (Sept 2017)

  The Primary 1 classes have been making the most of the dry weather and taking their learning outside.  They have been practicing phonics and their maths skills as you can see from the photographs below.

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P6 Run Pupil Council Polling Day

Today, P6 successfully organised and ran Hermitage Primary’s first ever polling day. The polling station was led by entirely by P6 pupils with Returning Officers, Presiding Officers, Poll Clerks and Ballot Clerks guiding pupils from P4-P7 through the balloting system. Pollsters were also on hand to try to collect live exit data as pupils left the […]

P6 Launch Electoral Commission for Pupil Council Elections

As part of their democracy topic learning, P6 have been working towards planning, organising and running Hermitage Primary’s first polling day to learn about a democratic election process and to promote and guarantee a fair election and result in the 2017 Pupil Council elections. In this pre-election stage, the pupils formed an electoral commission, chose roles […]