Free Cooking Classes For Parents

Free cooking classes for Hermitage Park Parents

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 Would you like to learn how to cook simple, healthy, money-saving recipes for your family alongside other parents?

  • Classes are taught by a local chef at Hermitage Park Primary
  • Classes involve food preparation, cooking, nutritional advice, food waste reduction and budgeting
  • Fridays 09.15-11.30 (you can stay for a cuppa after in the school)
  • Classes start 8/6/18


Please contact or telephone 0131-554-2952 for booking and/or more information.

P3a Learning Log Friday 11th May

This week in maths we had a number line and put halves and quarters in the right places.

In health and wellbeing we coloured in a person and wrote lots about how to stay healthy. We said we need lots of sleep, exercise, healthy food and we need to keep clean.

In topic we put parts of the human body onto Kendyll in the right places!

In literacy we learnt about comparative adjectives and wrote sentences. Here are some examples: I’m happier than Tymi because he lost his beautiful girlfriend! I’m the quietest in the class.

I need to get better at spelling. (Erskine)

I need to get better at writing more. (Dan)

Primary 6a Learning Log – April 2018

Primary 6 are undertaking Play Leaders Training in preparation for moving into Primary 7. The trainers from Smart Play had them out utilising all the loose parts play equipment and thinking about how they could lead this.

We made the most of the nicer weather this week by getting outside for art. We were sketching the tenement flats to add to our art work. It’s so much better to sketch from real life rather than a picture.

P6b Learning Log w.c. 23.4.18

Jonny’s Learning Log

This week our co-operative learning was good because everyone tried hard, they all worked much better together and everything went well. Most people did all their jobs plus there were no arguments.

I enjoyed coding because it was good teamwork and you needed lots of concentration to write the set of instructions. It was really good fun especially when I was one of the robots.


I think everyone was well at rugby because  everybody put loads of effort in and many people didn’t even play rugby but everyone was really good.

Next week I hope everybody tries harder in daily mile because some people are just slouching about and some other people aren’t even stopping at all, so more people need to do that.

This week, what I really found fun was the final time with our PE leaders from Leith Academy. We did a mini champions’ league and I got touch of the tournament and I scored a couple good goals.

HT Blog 27.4.18

Dear Parents and Carers                                                                             27 April 2018

It was great to see some sunshine this week, I hope it stays for our Health Week.

We invite all children and staff to come to school in their sports clothes for Health Week as part of our focus on ‘Get Active’. The children will be participating in a variety of activities- keeping their minds and bodies active.  Come along to school and join us for Clubercise on Monday from 4.15pm-5pm. Continue reading HT Blog 27.4.18

Pupil Voice- p4b w/b 23.04.18

Weekly Review       Week Beginning – 23rd April 2018   Class – P4b

Our topic this term is ‘Scottish Art History’ and we will be learning about art from Eduardo Paolozzi, Alison Watt, Jack Vettriano, Sir Henry Raeburn and Samuel John Peploe. The children are currently undertaking research on a selected artist and will be working in a group to create a poster presentation to their peers. We will then move onto creating our own (artist inspired) artwork.

If you have any books or resources related to any of these artists we would love to share these in class (and return).

 What is going well?

I enjoy learning about…


Jude- “I liked doing races in P.E for sports day.”


Mark and Cayden- “Something I enjoyed was daily mile and Music.”


Thea- “Something I enjoys was creating collages because I added lots of pop stars to mine!”


Amelie- “I enjoyed learning about chimney sums in maths.”


Josh- “I enjoyed reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I liked how Charlie went from poor and wanting all the sweets to rich and getting all the sweets!”


Lucas- “I enjoyed researching Alison Watt, the artist, on the computers.”


Jamie- “I enjoyed doing the collages because on mine there is a big explosion.”


Makadi- “I enjoyed doing the spelling tasks in literacy.”


Meadow- “I enjoyed doing the collages with Miss Provencio.”

What could be better?


I want to improve…


Alex D- “I would like to improve on my cursive handwriting.”


Ava- “I would like to improve on my story writing.”


Darin- “I would like to improve my cursive handwriting.”


Jamie- “I would like to improve on finishing textbook tasks.”


Ruairi- “I would like to improve on chimney sums.”


Vanshika- “I would also like to improve on my chimney sums and use higher numbers.”


Josh- “I would like to get better at cursive handwriting.”


Mark- “I would like to improve at maths.”