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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Our new Primary 1 pupils are enjoying their first term at Hermitage Primary. They’ve quickly settled into the swing of things and have already made new friends. Jolly Phonics seems to be a real hit with our newbies! Keep watching this space for updates as the school year progresses!
We found lots of extra photos and footage from this year which we hadn’t shown anyone. So, we thought we’d pull them together into a little movie about some of our favourite learning, as well as some of the fun things we’ve done this year. We hope you enjoy it. It’s called, Nothing…
As part of our Argyll and Bute topic we have been learning about the differences between island, rural and urban life within our council area. We have been looking at smaller schools and comparing them to our own and on 31st May, we had the opportunity to visit Inveraray Primary School to help us with […]
Primary 7 had another fun-filled day yesterday and have a busy morning ahead of their expected departure at 1pm. We expect them to arrive back at school at approximately 5pm. If there are any significant delays you will be notified via SMS text.
Here are some more photos of what the pupils all got up to yesterday… And after a great night’s sleep the kids have been enjoying yet more activities this morning as you can see from the photos below… Please keep checking back to see more updates as they come in!
The children all slept well after a day jam packed full of activities. Not a peep was heard from 10pm to 7.30am! Keep checking back for regular updates/photos as they come in.