National Professional Qualification for headteachers (NPQH)

TKAT deliver NPQH in alliance with Ambition Institute 

https://www.ambition.org.uk/programmes/alliance-led-npqh/

This programme is designed to enable participants to increase their confidence and capability in the core skills and responsibilities of an effective school leader.

The course will empower participants to develop a strong network to support them as Headteachers. Participants will be assessed through a written assignment to ensure they have reached the qualification requirements, plus a viva interview to assess them against the more challenging Ambition bar.

The programme comprises a series of training sessions, along with pre and post-reading, a nine-day school placement and an in-school impact project.

 

OVERVIEW OF SESSIONS:

  • School self-evaluation and school improvement planning
  • School culture and vision
  • Operational management of school including finance and HR
  • Teaching, learning and curriculum
  • Pastoral leadership

 

Sessions will include six core areas:

  • Leadership skills for Headteachers
  • School self-evaluation and school improvement planning
  • School culture and vision
  • Operational management of school including finance and HR
  • Teaching, learning and curriculum
  • Pastoral leadership
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The project element is in two parts; delegates must:

1) Lead a change programme at whole-school level, lasting at least two terms, to improve pupil progress and attainment.

2) Undertake a placement in a contrasting school (for example, by performance, pupil profile, geography) lasting at least nine working days.

This programme is ideal for: Deputy Heads aspiring to Headship, and Deputy, Assistant or Associate Headteachers

Duration and location: 6 full-day sessions over a 12-18 month period, from a central location.

 

Documents

Page Downloads Date  
NPQH 2019 - 2020 14th May 2019 Download
Ambition Institute Complaints Policy and Procedure 18th Oct 2019 Download
Ambition Institute Malpractice and Maladminstration Policy 18th Oct 2019 Download
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