Our principle aim: To provide the best possible education for each 

child, within the context of a caring, Christian community.

On behalf of everyone at St Ippolyts C of E Primary School, I would like to extend a very warm welcome to you and your family. Our website aims to give you an insight into the life of our school and illustrate what makes St Ippolyts School special to those who teach, work and learn here.

Founded in 1847, St Ippolyts Primary is a Voluntary Aided Church of England School enjoying strong links with St Ippolyts Church and within the Diocese of St Albans. Our principal aim is to provide the best possible education for each individual child, underpinned by Christian Values.

We believe that each child is unique and we seek to provide academic, emotional, social and spiritual support for each one, working in partnership with parents and families. We want our children to be spirited individuals who embrace challenge, think creatively, value achievement and strive to be the best they can be. We encourage each of our learners to actively contribute to our community and to support others.

At St Ippolyts we strive to provide a broad and stimulating curriculum, full of opportunities to excite and motivate our children. We foster relationships built on mutual respect and care for each other and we are extremely proud of all that goes on here.

If you would like to visit us to see our wonderful children in action, you would be most welcome; please telephone the school office to make an appointment and I would be delighted to show you around.

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Latest Blogs

Class 2
24 June 2016 - 13:19
Today was Friday and it was pizza day, my favourite day!  Outside we have new play toys and the play leaders help us to play nicely (Oakley).  At lunchtime we now have play leaders and they do all kinds of activities with us.  My favourite has been badminton (Kushi).  With Mrs Wilson we have been growing cress on little pieces of paper as our science experiment. Some has grown but it doesn’t look very healthy as it is yellow (Ameena).  First thing in the morning, we did PE with Mr Jefferies, and we went to the field a...
Class 1
17 June 2016 - 11:26
This week in Class One, we have been focussing our learning around the book, ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s lunch’, by Ronda Armitage. We started the week by sequencing the story using picture clues and then retelling each part verbally and we also created our own mini-lighthouses using paper cups and strips of red paper. Next, it was time to get our lighthouses working!  We decided to use lightbulbs and electrical equipment to light our bulbs so we investigated sources of power, by going on an ‘electricity search’ around the school and decided ...
Class 2
17 June 2016 - 11:04
Friday 17th June This week the Year 1s have had their phonics test, and we had to work really hard (Eoin).  All week the Year 5s and Year 6s were at Osmington Bay and they had a really fun time.  Now they are back, they have lots of photographs and are going to do an assembly today to tell us all about it. (Kushi).  There is a special assembly today and the Year 5s and Year 6s are going to show us lots of photos (Ameena).  Today it was Class 1’s cake sale day and it was their first time doing it.  They brought lots of...
Mrs RE Peddie
13 June 2016 - 20:27

...are now uploaded. There are a LOT so you might want to grab a cuppa!


Children can print photos straight from the gallery for their journals if they would like to.


Sleep well children and we'll see you on Wednesday :o)

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St Ippolyts C.E. Primary School
Ashbrook Lane,
St Ippolyts,
01462 432080
01462 438524
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Our Charities

foodbank Hitchin Food Bank
Collection point for donations in main entrance
guidedogs School Council
chosen Guide Dogs as our charity this year

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