What is the National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT)?
For teachers who have, or are aspiring to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.
Our NPQLT programme will;
Develop evidence-led expertise equipping you to respond effectively to the challenges and opportunities of subject/age-specific leadership of teaching, enabling the flourishing of children and adults through an ambitious vision for your area of the school
Deepen your knowledge application to enable you to help your department/faculty/key stage keep improving through key aspects of leadership including curriculum, assessment, pedagogy and implementation
Develop your subject-specific expertise with access to the latest research-informed thinking and practice across the curriculum areas, drawing through expertise from the Early Career Framework to the development of staff at all stages of their teaching careers
Provide you with a dedicated expert coach who will champion, challenge and encourage your leadership journey, developing your specialist knowledge and supporting your wellbeing and resilience as a leader
Create networked communities of practice of fellow professionals to support your development for the long-term, enabling the collective expertise of the whole education system to grow and develop
Programme delivery is based on a 4-stage learning cycle which offers a rich blend of online, asynchronous and face-to-face learning experiences;
How Pupils Learn & Classroom Practice
Subject & Curriculum and assessment
Adaptive Teaching and School Culture
Professional Development & Implementation
How much is the programme?
The cost of the programme is £890.
Full funding is available for all teachers who work in state-funded schools and state-funded 16-19 institutions in England.
Where are the Face-to-Face Sessions?
Please see the map below which has the locations of where Face to Face sessions will take place. Please note, some venues for are still being confirmed and will be shared with participants directly when starting their programme.