This week is a special E-Core Week assembly featuring new songs, our Doug Allan inspired wildlife photography gallery, an interview with a special caretaker and a bumper sharing of the learning section. We hope you enjoy joining us ‘virtually’ together. ‘Going live’ at 10:15, Friday, 12th June 2020.
Day 5 of E-Core Week sees Challenges #9 and #10 launched. Keep checking back for more eco, outdoor and global citizenship learning.
P6 have found an interest in beach cleaning and decided to adopt the West Bay in Helensburgh. Last term, Primary Six went out and collected a whopping 360kg of waste from the West Bay and enjoyed it so much that they decided to adopt the beach. “It seems very exiting because we’re doing something for […]
P6 have been working hard in Eco Week. They have had a waste free day and have been recording the growth of their cherry blossoms. On the first day of Eco Week, P6 planned a waste free lunch. They decided to separate the waste by packed lunch and money lunch at each stage. They estimated the […]
We would like to extend a huge thank you to all the volunteers who assisted on our School Garden Day, which was held on Sunday 5th November. Green-fingered parents, grandparents and children all came to together to weed out, dig and tidy up our beautiful school grounds. Unusually, the sun shone down upon our volunteers for […]
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 […]
Wednesday 27th September saw our school hold its first ever Garden Produce Sale organised by the Eco Committee. At the sale parents had the opportunity to purchase a range of produce including organic, fresh fruit and vegetables, plants, herbs and flowers at very reasonable prices. The event raised over £50, which will help sustain our garden […]
Hermitage has been awarded its renewal of the Eco-Schools Green Flag. This is a reflection of all the hard work that the pupils, staff, and especially the Eco Committee have invested into ensuring that sustainability continues to be at the heart of our school life. Eco-Schools is an international award programme that guides schools on their sustainable journey, and the pupils and […]
All classes have been busy preparing their planters in the allotment with seeds and compost. Look out later in the year to see what we have grown!
Primary two learned about materials that can and can’t be recycled. They used their knowledge to create posters to teach others what can and can’t be put in our blue recycling bins.