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Leading Behaviour and Culture (NPQLBC)

National Professional Qualification in Leading Behaviour and Culture (NPQLBC).

We are delighted to be partnering with Teach First to deliver NPQLBC.

  • Target Audience: Teachers and school leaders who have, or are aspiring to have, responsibilities for leading behaviour and/or supporting pupil wellbeing in their school. For example, heads of year or roles with other pastoral responsibilities. Blog here
  • Course Length: 12 months, plus 3 months for assessment period.
  • Programme Cost: Fully funded. For information only: £840.

Full details about the NPQ funding can be found on the Department for Education website. National professional qualifications (NPQs) reforms - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

  • Programme Start Dates: February 2022 and November 2022
  • Brochure: Teach First

What will I learn?

You’ll develop the knowledge, skills and expertise to lead effective approaches to behaviour, pupil wellbeing and a whole school culture.

Modules include:

  • Teaching
  • School culture
  • Enabling conditions for good behaviour
  • Complex behavioural needs
  • Professional development
  • Implementation

How will I benefit?

  • Develop as a specialist in areas related to your role, including behaviour, school culture and developing others.
  • Work with serving school leaders and subject-matter experts to turn new learning into changes in your own and others’ practice.
  • Develop the skills to create a culture in which staff and pupils thrive.
  • Access a blended learning programme that’s full of practical and tangible examples, flexible and tailored to your needs and areas of development and focus.

Programme breakdown - Teach First

Your Learning Journey

Designed with busy teachers in mind, the NPQLBC is delivered using a blend of online seminars, flexible online learning and conferences. Over 12 months, you’ll take part in the following learning activities:

TERMS

LEARNING ACTIVITY

HOURS

1-2
Introduction module
1
Introduction session
0.5
Learning modules
(length and structure will differ)
24
Seminars
8
Conference 1
6
3
Implementation learning module
4
Implementation seminar
1
Practical implementation cycle
5
Conference 2
5.5
 

Total

55  (9.5 live online sessions, 11.5 in person)

KEY
Self-paced
Online/face to face
 

How to apply:

To apply for Teach First, please complete this application form.

N.B. Applications for Cohort 2a (October 2022 start) close on Monday 25th July 2022.