Welcome to Whitehall Infant and Nursery School. Individual school photographs are taking place on Tuesday 28th September.
Welcome to our school!
Whitehall Infant School is a special place where the staff are dedicated to providing a stimulating, exciting environment where everyone feels valued and safe, ideas can flourish and pupils can realise their full potential. Whatever the needs of your child and whatever special interests they have, we aim to ensure your child thrives at Whitehall Infants feeling safe, having fun and enjoying success.
We are closely monitoring the situation regarding Covid-19. The safety of our pupils and staff is always a top priority.
Please see our dedicated page for further information on our response to Covid-19:
If you are considering sending your child to Whitehall Infant School please click on the below link to view the page which contains a Virtual tour and further information:
- The children all looked great in their outfits on Aspirations day. It was lovely to see such a wide range of different job roles represented.
- We held our Eid celebrations in school recently and it was lovely seeing all the beautiful clothes the children and staff wore.
- Children recently took part in our annual Easter hat parade - they all looked wonderful!
- It was lovely to see the children come to school in their superhero costumes / own clothes to celebrate Red Nose Day. We raised £332 for Comic Relief which is fantastic!
- The children all had a fun time having a Christmas party with their classmates.
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.
If you have any concerns regarding the safeguarding of any of our pupils please contact one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads: Mrs Bringan and Miss Cheshire.
Please see our Child Protection Policy within the Policies section of our website.
Latest School Calendar Events
There are currently no events.
Please find our class PE days below.
Children should wear their PE kit to school instead of school uniform.