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On this page you can find all the current open positions at Whitefield Schools, Joseph Clarke School and the whole of Whitefield Academy Trust.

This is a fantastic place to work. Our teams are knowledgeable, supportive and dedicated to the goal of helping students with complex needs, autism, and visual impairments unlock their full potential and lead happy and fulfilled lives.

The schools have great facilities and atmosphere – plus our Research & Development Centre and partnerships with local universities means that your continuous professional development is in good hands.

For more details of positions please contact the Personnel Office on  020 8531 3426 or or download the information packs associated with each position.

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The Personnel Department. 
Whitefield Academy Trust
Macdonald Road,
London E17 4AZ

Whitefield is uncompromising in its commitment to safeguarding children and young people.

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  • Apprenticeship: Learning Support Assistant

    Published 03/12/18

    This is an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of children with special educational needs and disabilities, while completing a fully structured apprenticeship training programme.

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  • Help in the classroom as a supply Learning Support Assistant

    Published 01/02/18

    We're looking for caring, patient people, available at short notice who really want to help children get the best from life by covering for learning support assistants. If you are prepared to be called in for this rewarding work, you could make a real different to the education of children with a variety of difficulties and disabilities.

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