Develop the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to be a highly effective senior leader in a school
Thomas Estley Learning Alliance (TELA) are one of only 40 nationally accredited providers of NPQs. The course is designed and delivered by experienced headteachers, National Leaders of Education and teams of experts, with modules designed to meet the needs of schools across the East Midlands, including narrowing the gap with white working class boys and leadership in faith schools. The NPQSL consists of 6 face-to-face days and three twilight sessions. You’ll need to complete a number of interim school based learning tasks and a final assessment.
The NPQSL final assessment is competency based, testing the main competencies that are required for successful senior leadership. You’ll be expected to lead, for an extended period, a school improvement priority in your school. This needs to be achievable within a 12 month period and must produce positive impact and sustainable change.
All twilights and face to face days are held at Leicester Teaching School, Rushey Mead Academy, Melton Rd, Leicester LE4 7AN
13th March 2019, 4pm to 5.30pm - Gain an overview of the programme, plan for your NPQSL activities, confirm your selected electives, gain an understanding of the final assessment and reflect on your desired leadership outcomes
Face to face days (all 9.30am to 4pm)
Compulsory Twilight - 5th June, 4pm to 6pm
Elective Twilight - 9th October, 4pm to 6pm
You will complete 6 essential modules delivered by our team of current Headteachers, National, Local and Specialist Leaders of Education and other school leaders across all phases, contexts and socio-economical backgrounds. Our faith school electives are delivered by practicing faith school heads and deputies with Diocesan involvement. Our white working class boys module is delivered by leaders with a proven history of closing the gap.
NPQSL - Spring Cohort - DfE Funded Place
Scholarship funding is available, from the DfE, for teachers and leaders working in opportunity areas and Category 5 and 6 areas. Leicester City is a Category 5 area. Please note that if you do not complete the programme, the DfE may claw-back some of the scholarship and this could have a financial implication for your school.
NPQSL - Spring Cohort
Please contact us for further advice if you are unsure whether funding is available for your school.
Rushey Mead Academy
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