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About the training provider
St Joseph's is a National Support School and the Headmistress is a National Leader.
The school employs outstanding practitioners with 2 members of the Senior Leadership Team holding the NPQH qualification and now currently undertaking the NPQEL training.
- other members of the Senior Leadership have attained NPQSL status, 2 middle leaders are studying for NPQML and 3 teachers are studying Catholic Leadership at Masters level.
Pupils consistently achieve outstanding outcomes and the school is recognised nationally as a high achieving provider.
Training with disabilities and other needs
St Joseph's is a fully inclusive employer with an open and transparent recruitment policy.
The school building has a lift to support those with physical disabilities and we will always look at ways to accommodate any other needs of staff, children and visitors.
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|St Mary Magdalen's Catholic Junior School
||Linacre Road, Willesden, London NW2 5BB
|Convent of Jesus and Mary Catholic Infant School
||21 Park Avenue, Willesden, London NW2 5AN
||Goodson Road, Willesden, London NW10 9LS
|Our Lady of Lourdes
||Stonebridge, London NW10 8PP
|St Mary's Catholic Primary School (Hammersmith)
||Masbro Road, Hammersmith, London W14 0LT
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