Hippings Methodist Primary School

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14th December 18

Mission Statement


Hippings Methodist Primary School endeavours to provide the best possible all-round education in a Christian setting.

The School acknowledges and values its foundation by the Methodist Church, continuing links with the local Methodist community and the principles which form the basis of Methodism.

Children are encouraged to develop a mature and positive attitude to themselves, to their relationships with others and to the life of the school in general.  Good standards of behaviour and respect for others are stressed. We aim to foster the social skills and moral awareness that will enable the children to be safe and become well-balanced individuals, who will make a positive contribution to the society in which they live.

The School endeavours to develop in its pupils a sympathetic understanding of Christianity and to provide an opportunity to search for a faith by which to live.  While we exert no pressure to believe, Christian values are built into the ethos and teaching.

We aim to ensure that the broad and balanced curriculum provides a Christian setting in which children can grow in understanding and develop appropriate skills, knowledge, attitudes and values

The School believes that this should take place in an attractive, safe and friendly environment, distinguished by the quality of mutual care between all its members.

Face Book

Our Closed FaceBook page is now open for parents. We will post additional information on this page. Search Hippings Methodist Primary School then go into Official Hippings Methodist Primary School to join.

A Family Quiz Night

Rhyddings Methodist Church
Watson Street

A Family Quiz Night

Friday 12th October

Supper at 7, Quiz at 7.30

Adults £5 inc potato pie and peas
Children £1 inc pizza

Teams of 4 please

Thoughts for the Week


W/B 3rd December 2018

Theme: Mary: Be Brave

The Angel Gabriel brought the news of Jesus' birth to Mary.  At first Mary was afraid but her faith in God helped her to be brave.  How can we be brave like Mary?