Please see photographs of our Christmas Concert below. These are available to purchase at a cost of £1 per print. The prints will be 7 x 5 and will be printed on high quality photograph paper. If you wish to purchase order forms are available from school. Alternatively you can send payment in with your […]
As part of their Democracy topic, P6 recently took a trip to Edinburgh to meet with their local MSPs at the Scottish Parliament. Following a tour and a talk from the education officer, the pupils had a Q&A session with local MSPs, Jackie Bailie, Maurice Corry and Ross Greer before getting to sit in the […]
Primary Six recently joined forces with the GRAB Trust and parent helpers to take their Eco learning outside of school. Following a workshop from Ben from the GRAB Trust on the dangers of marine litter, Primary Six undertook some community work by cleaning over 100m of Helensburgh’s West Bay. Armed with litter pickers, gloves and […]
Following last week’s secret ballot, Returning Officers from Primary Six took to the stage at a special assembly this afternoon to announce the Pupil Council election results. Before declaring the results, Primary Six introduced some video highlights to explain their learning to date and how they had planned, organised and ran the election as part […]
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 […]
P5 have been learning about seasonality. They have been researching when certain foods are planted and when they are harvested during the year. They used what they have learned to make fantastic seasonality posters to help other children and classes decide what to plant and when to do it.
On Tuesday 28th March Primary 5 pupils and parents participated in a workshop led by volunteers from BT Internet. The workshop talked about strategies to use to stay safe when online and made links with relevant articles from the UNCRC including: Article 16 You have the right to privacy. Article 17 You have the right […]
The Pupil Council organised a fabulous talent show raising money for Robin House. Talented pupils from primary 4-7 auditioned to secure places on the Friday afternoon show hosted by primary seven pupil council members! Well done to everyone involved it was a super afternoon of entertainment and raised £352.00.
The after school football clubs (P5-P7) have been working well over the past 2 learning blocks. They have been able to develop their skills, shooting and have enjoyed taking part in team games. The children who take part in block 2 attended Hermitage Academy at the beginning of February and competed against other schools. Despite the […]