Parents at the 193-pupil Inverlochy Primary School, in Fort William, voted 62 per cent in favour of the move. Pupils voted 79 per cent in favour, and teachers were split 50/50.
Pupils will be encouraged to read books, magazines and comics “for pleasure” every night in the time they used to use for homework.
The school carried out a six-week trial last year where pupils were given no homework so they had more time to play and have fun.
Pupils were sent home with slips that asked parents to put a simple “yes” or “no” to a “no homework policy”.
Parents told of their delight at the decision, saying their children would flourish without the burden of doing school work at home.
Dad Barry Hutchison, 38, who is a children’s author, said: “Homework stresses the kids and the parents out.
“Kids have so many things outside school, like clubs. They just need time to be kids.”
Mr Hutchison, whose seven-year-old daughter Mia is in Primary 3 at the school, said parents who still wanted to give their kids homework could find material on the internet for their young ones.
And he praised the school for having a democractic ballot. He said: “I thought the vote was well done and took in everyone’s views.
Emma Rodger, 33, said she voted to keep homework for pupils like her five-year-old son James.
She said: “A bit of reading and sums and basic sounds for P1 are really important. I found when James was learning the sums at home it brought him on a lot.
Inverlochy is not the first school in Scotland to drop homework for pupils.Last month King’s Road Primary in Rosyth, Fife, scrapped homework.
The decision comes amid a fierce debate raging in educational circles about whether homework is good or bad for chidren. A Highland Council spokesperson said: “Highland Council has a devolved school management system in our schools. The authority does not have a Highlands-wide no homework’ policy in place, this is something that Inverlochy Primary School is trialling.”