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Whipperley Infant Academy ‘Learning, Growing, Together’


Whipperley and Farley Christmas Songs

Christmas songs year 2

Year 1 Christmas songs 2020

Reception Christmas songs 2020

Whipperley Christmas tree

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A big thank you to our staff who made our Christmas tree look beautiful. Merry Christmas.§

Our Christmas tree

Forensic Science Day - Wednesday 11th March 2020

Silly Science Day - Tuesday 10th March 2020

5 Children from year 2 visited Stockwood Park Academy to take part in a KS1 Science Masterclass

Our school choir sang at the L & D Hospital to help raise money for the Helipad appeal.

Maths Workshop - December 2019

KS1 DT Masterclass at Stockwood Park Academy

MacMillan Coffee morning Friday 27th September 2019. The final amount of money raised was £186.30. Thank you for all your support in this worthy cause.

Whipperley Christmas Concerts 2018

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Year 2 Science Experiment

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Year 2 have been learning about how to make clouds.

1. Fill a glass jar with a quarter of hot water.
2. Turn the lid upside down and put some ice on top of it and place it on top of the jar.
3. When you start to see some condensation forming in the jar spray some hairspray into the jar and replace the lid with ice on top of the jar. Then watch a cloud forming.

Karate Club 2018

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Sports Day 4th July 2018

Orbital Trampoline Park For 100% Children 2017

Science Workshop Spring 2017

World Book Day - Witches, Wizards and Potions

Karate Club - Spring 2017

A Dinosaur visits Whipperley Infant Academy

Our visit to the Hungry Caterpillar, Luton Library Theatre on Saturday 5th November 2016

Daniel said, "I liked the part when the caterpillar got fatter and fatter and then it turned into a beautiful butterfly, a colour butterfly.  And I liked the first part of the play when the man was painting different coloured animals and then they popped out, I especially like the elephant.


Alessandra said, "I liked the sea horses because they were very colourful and they had so many babies.  I also liked it when the long long fish came out and the eggs were on its tummy.  I really liked the colourful donkey".

Farm Visit to Whipperley May 2016

Summer term 2 Displays and children's work

Where's Wally competition

The Dinosaur Forest by Bushra

Fabulous Poetry by Hamza

Gruffalo crumble


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Well done to Leo and Areej who made this short film on Dinosaurs.
Welcome to the gallery!  Please feel free to browse the children's work.