The School-Led Network will deliver the full suite of new NPQ programmes, including the new NPQs – Leading Teaching; Leading Behaviour and Culture; Leading Teacher Development.
Each will be designed to build on what we know from practice works, enabling leaders to enhance their leadership and improve opportunities and outcomes for the pupils they serve. School-Led Network are a group of successful schools, with extensive experience of delivering NPQs, and improving schools.
By using the most successful leaders from our partnership and national experts to design programmes, and spotlighting the most successful schools for case studies, visits and materials, participants will see and learn from exceptional leadership in practice.
Built on outstanding school leadership
The best leadership development is domain-specific, based on the skills required to tackle the persistent challenges of school leadership. The new NPQs bring the opportunity to draw together our experience of leading schools with the very best research to create a powerful movement for change across schools.
See it, Name it, Do it
The ‘see it, name it, do it’ model is a highly applied and personalised approach coined by the internationally renowned Leverage Leadership Institute. All programmes will use this approach to scaffold learning to the point of mastery. The approach goes beyond theory to enable leaders to practise and refine their skills.
Flexible and accessible
Through thoughtful design choices, our programmes will be flexibly constructed to meet the needs of your network. The programme will be built in short units which can be combined and delivered both in-person and online with opportunities to enhance with your own best practice exemplars.
Interested to find out more?
The outcome of the DfE procurement will be announced in early April.
We want to tell you as soon as we hear we have been successful so we can begin to work with you to put in place an exceptional provision for school leaders.
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