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Whitehall Park School

We are a state-funded school and teach pupils from Reception up to Year 6, accepting children from 4 to 11 year olds.

Our staff are passionate to make a positive difference in children's education. We want all children to enjoy coming to school and aspire to be the best they can be. We encourage them to develop a love of learning, a ‘can do’ attitude and to be daring risk takers.

We offer an irresistible curriculum which makes an exceptional contribution to every child’s outcome. We couple that with individualised learning so that children develop a sense of curiosity, engage, and achieve exceptionally well. We believe in the ethics of excellence, where academic rigour and highly enriched opportunities, including those in the arts and sports, deliver a personalised and exciting approach for all.

Our school develops each child as a unique and whole person, drawing on their gifts and talents so that they acquire the skills, knowledge, understanding and the cultural capital that will enable them to flourish now and in the future.

We are part of Bellevue Place Education Trust (BPET), a multi-academy trust which supports free primary schools across London and Berkshire.

About our school experience


Activities might include:
- Observing lessons and different teaching styles
- Interacting with pupils
- Seeing how specific subjects are taught
- Learning more about the teacher training process
And much more.

Start and finish times
08:00 to 16:00 - Flexible

We are flexible with times, and happy to accommodate candidates during the school hours above. We will discuss the hours with you individually when we arrange your school experience.

Dress code

Smart casual

Teacher training

You can train to become a teacher at our school through the Bellevue Place Scitt:

- Teach First: partnered with our trust, Bellevue Place Education Trust, to deliver a one-year long School Centred Initial Teacher Training programme (SCITT) at our school. This programme involves a powerful mix of live training in class, self-directed study and one-to-one support.

At the end of the programme you will gain qualified teacher status (QTS) and Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

Find out more about our teacher training

Links to more information about our school

Entry requirements

You must:

    • Must not have been accepted onto another teacher training course
DBS check required

No, candidates will be accompanied at all times.

Placement availability

We offer career experience placements throughout the school year.

School experience type
In school


106 Hornsey Lane, London, N6 5EP
Map showing Whitehall Park School

Not available on site

There is no car park available on site.

Disability and access details

We're happy to discuss your disability or access needs before or as part of your school experience request.

106 Hornsey Lane, London, N6 5EP
School phases
Primary (4 to 11)
DBS check required

No, candidates will be accompanied at all times.