January NPQ Update

We are delighted to be running the full suite of NPQs in February this year, adding around another 100 participants to our fantastic teachers and leaders already engaged in NPQs with us. This week sees the beginning of the February cohort’s ‘Kick-off Conferences’ and we have really enjoyed meeting you all and our Visiting Fellows who have delivered those conferences.

Participants who started their NPQ with us in November have now completed their first Conference, Community and Clinic and are well underway with their self-study and work with their peers! Well done to everyone engaging and applying their skills and knowledge so far.

NEWS ! There will be TWO new NPQs introduced from Autumn 2022! The NPQLL – Leading Literacy and NPQEYL- Leading Early Years. The Leading Early Years NPQ is a fantastic opportunity for those Nursery Leaders, Head Teachers and Managers in Private Nursery Settings as well as school settings to complete an NPQ and support their own leadership and development in the profession. If you work in a nursery setting and are interested in this NPQ, please get in touch to find out more about how we can support you.

The registration for the next cohort of NPQs will open soon, ready for Autumn term 2022. Please visit our website to find more information out about the current NPQs on offer at the moment or contact us at: tshinfo@nllt.co.uk to find out more.

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