This chapter focuses on the intersection between affect, race and whiteness and provides a new insight into the affective power of whiteness by considering how whiteness is relationally produced and reproduced in educational spaces. Not only in terms of how whiteness is embodied through interactions among teachers and students but also how whiteness becomes spatially embodied. The chapter also focuses on the attention to how racialised spaces affect the potential for critical discussions of race and whiteness to be had in classroom discussions and the differentiated power such spaces have on the white and non-white bodies. It argues that the space itself embodies whiteness and the bodily feeling of the place and the affective residue of that spatially embodied whiteness can impact how people feel when they are in that space, even many years later.