National Professional Qualifications – NPQML, NPQSL and NPQH
Developing exceptional local leaders
NPQ@teachingschools is a unique partnership of eight teaching school alliances in the wider Bristol area with a strong track record of delivering exceptional professional development. As a newly designated DfE licenced provider, the Bristol Primary Teaching School Alliance has worked with our partner teaching schools to create and deliver a new and innovative middle leadership programme designed by experienced, current school leaders in order to develop the potential of the talented and motivated school leaders across our region.
NPQML and NPQSL programmes commence in the spring term 2018: register today!
The window for application for both NPQML and NPQSL begins on 30th October 2017 and now closes with our deadline extended beyond the Christmas holidays to Monday 8th January 2018 at 12.00pm
Our NPQH begins in September 2018.
Gain a qualification that gives you national recognition of your leadership development and professional achievement within a school setting with this range of leadership programmes for school leaders.
With our partnership, you’ll get the opportunity to build and develop strong networks with colleagues across all phases and settings. With a proven history of delivering exceptional context-based and school-led CPD and leadership training, the NPQ@teachingschools group as a collective of outstanding local teaching schools, provides excellent support at every stage of your leadership development and access to a huge range of exceptional personnel to support the delivery of each programme.
Each teaching school has unique perspective and expertise and together we have created a bespoke programme which reflects the unique contexts in which we work in this area.
Having visited our webpages, if you would like some more information about the NPQ programmes offered through our teaching school alliances, please email email@example.com
National Professional Qualification for Headship – NPQH (to follow in summer 2018)