Whitefield Schools and Centre

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Whitefield Schools and Centre is the former name of Whitefield Schools. It is a special school in Walthamstow in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, offering support for children with a wide range of special physical, educational and behavioural needs and difficulties. The school became part of the Whitefield Academy Trust multi-academy trust in April 2014. The same site also contains the Whitefield's Research and Development Centre, home of the academy's training functions, an outreach service and a specialist library. There are three 'sub-schools' within Whitefield schools: Peter Turner Primary School – For pupils aged 3–11 years old with autism or speech and communication difficulties. Niels Chapman Secondary School – For pupils aged 11–19 years old. Margaret Brearley School – For pupils aged 3–19 years old with more complex needs including learning difficulties, physical impairment and sensory impairment.Joseph Clarke School is also part of Whitefield Academy Trust.
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