Merton Special Teaching Alliance

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The National Professional Qualification for Middle Leadership

An exciting way to develop leadership. The National Professional Qualification in Middle Leadership (NPQML) is a course accredited by the Department of Education (DFE).  This programme is delivered by MSTA under licence with SSAT.

Our NPQML programme includes opportunity for reflection, research, discussion and networking. There are 12 face to face (or online), facilitated training sessions .

Who can apply?

Those who are, or are aspiring to become a middle leader with responsibility for leading a team e.g. a key stage leader, a curriculum area leader, a pastoral services leader, a subject leader, a special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO) , or a head of department. This includes those who are, or are aspiring  to be a middle leader with cross-school responsibilities e.g. a Specialist Leader of Education (SLE). 

Assessment

NPQML participants will be assessed on a written account of the school improvement task 

Cost  £900 per participant 

Facilitators: All facilitators have a broad experience in Primary and SEN settings (Katharine Davies, Emma Westwood, Tina Harvey, Celia Dawson, Matt Ball)

Dates: 

Wednesday 14th October 2020  - 1.30 - 4.30pm - Visions and Values + Coaches briefing session (4-4.30pm)

Wednesday 11th November 2020 - 9am - 1pm - Leading and Managing Change and Managing Risks 

Wednesday 27th January 2021 - 9am - 3.30pm - Data Analysis, Leading Strategically, Evidence based Teaching and Learning

Wednesday 3rd March 2021 - 9am - 1pm - Developing your Leadership Approach, Building a high-performance team

Wednesday 9th June 2021 - 9am - 3.30pm - Supporting and Challenging, Building Effective Partnerships

Location: Perseid Upper School, Middleton Road,  Morden, Surrey, SM4 6RU or via online platform

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 Any questions please email teachingschoolbookings@perseid.merton.sch.uk or phone 02086489737 (Upper School option)

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