Northern Lights Teaching School Hub are pleased to announce that we are offering the newly reformed suite of National Professional Qualifications – high quality professional development for teachers and leaders. National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) are trusted, transferable qualifications accredited by the Department for Education.
have partnered with Ambition Institute to offer the full range of NPQs. We are proud to be working in partnership with Ambition Institute to deliver the full range of Specialist and Leadership NPQs. We believe that Ambition’s system-led leadership programme offers the best experience for colleagues embarking on these qualifications. The blend of clinics, conferences and communities offers a high-quality CPD experience across all NPQs.
We are also partnered with The Church of England Education Office (in partnership with the Catholic Education Service) to offer a flex model to groups of schools MATs. Click the logo to find out more about NPQ Flex:
The NPQs from both providers are available for teachers and leaders who want to develop their knowledge and skills in school leadership and specialist areas of teaching practice. Select below to find out more about the different NPQs and find the right one for you.
I enjoy the high quality and challenging discussions which take place during conferences and practice clinics. As time goes on, the impact of previous learning is evident, allowing participants to push their thinking further and consider issues in ways which they may not have done previously. Morag Wilson, Visiting Fellow NPQSL
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