The Hermitage Primary school football team travelled to Hermitage Academy to take part in the annual Christian Aid football tournament. The boys played very well on the night winning all of their group games, scoring 17 goals and conceding 0. In the semi-final they played Lomond and despite conceding their first goal of the tournament […]
Primary 5 recently spent time working with Mrs Barrie and Miss Eriksen planting crocus bulbs to promote the Rotary Club initiative, Purple for Polio. The team of crack gardners planted bulbs in pots around the school in the hope that they flourish into beautiful purple flowers. The purple flowers symbolise the purple dye used to mark the […]
We have been incredibly industrious in P2 this week. Following a request from Mrs Jackson and the Parent Council, we got to work on creating something exciting to sell at the Christmas Fair. We decided to make a special milk glass to leave out for Santa. Each of us made a glass as well as some extra ones just […]
Well done to both of the P4 classes who collected donations towards this year’s Poppy Scotland Appeal, raising a total of £68.75.
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.
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 […]
Today, pupils at Hermitage Primary became crazily creative with their locks as canisters of colour, heaps of hairspray and gallons of gel were emptied to create weird and wonderful styles for the annual Pupil Council Crazy Hair Day. With a fantastic turnout, the Pupil Council raised nearly £300 for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Scotland. […]
Pupils produced a tuck shop with a difference today to raise money for this year’s Comic Relief. Mrs Grafton and her team bought, chopped, measured and baked their way to tables and tables of tasty treats for the rest of the school to enjoy. With queues out of the door, it was a huge success. […]