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Report
NPQ
Leadership
Curriculum
An
Outstanding Leaders
Partnership (OLP)
Briefing Event
National Professional Qualification for Headship
Aims of the briefing
 Introduce the Outstanding Leaders
Partnership (OLP)
 Provide an overview of the NPQ modular
leadership curriculum – levels 1 &
 Provide details of OLP programmes and
practice
 Provide opportunity to discuss the
leadership school improvement area
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The Outstanding Leaders Partnership (OLP)
 OLP is a NCTL gold standard provider in the
North West
 OLP comprises a group of outstanding
schools led by Ashton on Mersey School.
 The partnership is managed by Best
Practice Network a national leadership
provider
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The Outstanding Leaders Partnership (OLP)
‘The Outstanding Leaders Partnership is an
impressive licensee with clear success at levels
two and three in its first year.
Effectiveness of the partnership’s
determination to involve as many serving HT as
possible at every level in the organisation so
that the principle of school focused
development by schools for schools is
effectively embedded’ (Annual Review NCTL 2013)
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Best Practice Network (BPN)
 National Organisation specialising in
leadership and other professional
development for leaders in schools
 Supporting other licensees (East Midlands
(L.E.A.D. Urban Teaching School Alliance);
East (Outstanding Leaders Alliance );
 www.bestpracticenet.co.uk
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What is the partnership setting out to
achieve?
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A collaborative partnership - committed to the design and
implementation of a local strategy for leadership
development
A supported and structured self sustaining professional
programme to inspire and develop our own high quality
leaders
Improved quality of leadership underpinned by national
qualifications which recognise professional achievement
School effectiveness and highest possible pupil standards
Move towards a self-improving system with the profession
leading the profession
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OLP signature characteristics
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Personalisation and choice
Engagement in significant leadership learning
Adaptability to meet diverse needs of different leadership
groups
Flexibility to focus on individual needs and their school
improvement priorities
Quality programme design and delivery to ensure relevance
to leaders’ current needs
Self-improvement which leads to impact
Evaluation and ongoing review
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Three National Qualifications
NPQML
NPQSL
NPQH
2 Essential
Modules
2 Essential
Modules
3 Essential
Modules
1 Elective
Module
2 Elective
Modules
2 Elective
Modules
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NPQML Essential & Elective Modules
Educational
excellence modules
Operational
management
modules
Strategic leadership
modules
Leading teaching*
Managing systems
and processes *
Succeeding in
middle leadership
Effective
leadership of SEN
provision
Leading an
effective team
Leading change for
improvement
Leading and
developing staff
Leading in a
diverse system
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NPQSL Essential &Elective Modules
Educational excellence
Operational
modules
management modules
Strategic leadership
modules
Closing the Gap*
Effective whole school
management
Succeeding in senior
leadership*
Improving the quality
of teaching
Research and
development in
teaching
School self-evaluation
Leading change for
improvement
Leading in a diverse
system
Leading professional
development
Effective partnership
working
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Range of learning opportunities
• Reflecting on diagnostic outcomes
• Work based learning
• Self directed learning
• Face to face
• Tutoring and mentoring
• Online
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Demonstrating NPQML competencies
Ability to apply leadership actions and behaviours of:
Strategic Leadership
Educational excellence
Operational management
Self-awareness
Delivering continuous
improvement
Modelling excellence in
teaching and learning
Learning focus
Serving others
Information seeking
Organisational or
community
awareness
Developing others
Personal DRIVE
Integrity
Resilience and emotional
maturity
Conceptual thinking
Future focus
Inspiring others
Impact and influence
Partnership working
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Analytical thinking
Relating to others
Holding others to account
Demonstrating leadership NPQSL competencies
Ability to apply leadership actions and behaviours of:
Strategic Leadership
Self-awareness
Educational excellence
Operational management
Delivering continuous
improvement
Modelling excellence in
teaching and learning
Information seeking
Integrity
Learning focus
Relating to others
Resilience and emotional
maturity
Conceptual thinking
Serving others
Holding others to account
Developing others
Future focus
Broad organisational
understanding
Inspiring others
Impact and influence
Partnership working
Personal drive
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Analytical thinking
NPQML/SL Programme Phases
Phases
NPQML
NPQSL
Phase 1
INTRODUCTION & INDUCTION
Web conference
FTF 1
NAVIGATION – SETTING THE VISION
On Line: Succeeding in SL (ESS)
FTF 1
Phase 2
LEADERSHIP & FOLLOWSHIP
On-line: Leading teaching (ESS)
FTF2: Leadership & Followship
MANAGEMENT – ANALYSING & ACTING
Online: Closing the Gap (ESS)
FTF2: Closing the gap
Phase 3
LEADING LEARNING
Online: Managing Systems and processes
(ESS)
FTF3: Leadership learning – the pursuit of
excellence
MANAGEMENT – DEVELOPIING THE TEAM
Online self study of Elective
FTF3: Developing the team
Phase 4
ONLINE STUDY OF ELECTIVE MODULE
PARTNERSHIP – A SELF IMPROVING SCHOOL
SYSTEM
Online elective study
FTF4: Self improving school system
Phase 5
INWARD FACING LEADERSHIP
FTF4: includes readiness & Prep
Readiness for assessment
Phase 6
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Assessment
Assessment
Assessment Task NPQML
Leading a School Improvement Priority in your own
school:
‘The final assessment process will comprise one assessed task
drawn from your work in your school in which you lead at team
level (either a team you line manage or a team whose work you
co-ordinate)for an extended period, on a school improvement
priority. The task must be linked into the school’s improvement
priorities and produce demonstrable positive impact and
sustainable change.’
Source: NPQML Assessment Handbook.
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Assessment Task NPQSL
The final assessment process comprises one assessed task in
which you lead, for an extended period, on a school
improvement priority across your school. The task, which needs
to be achievable within a 12 month period, must produce
demonstrable positive impact and sustainable change.
The school improvement priority you select should be one that is
sufficiently ambitious and challenging to enable you to
demonstrate:
1. your focus upon improving teaching and learning and
positive outcomes for pupils
2. your development as a leader, and
3. all nine competencies tested in the task.
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Choosing an appropriate improvement
piece of leadership work
1. Will the improvement area address a real issue that is a
concern or challenge for your school?
2. Does the improvement area address one of the priorities
identified in the school development plan or the
development plan for an area of the school?
3. Is the improvement area integral to your current
responsibilities?
4. Will the improvement area directly improve outcomes for
children and young people?
5. Will the improvement area provide opportunities for you to
practise and gather evidence of your leadership skills?
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What does the OLP/NPQ Essential online
module offer consist of?
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Fees 2014
School Type
School Size
Primary Schools
Less than 100 on roll
Secondary
Schools
Independent
Schools
NPQML
NPQSL
NPQH
£0
£0
£0
Between 101 and 250 on roll
£525
£700
£1025
More than 250 on roll
£932
£1242
£1025
Less than 500 on roll
£0
£0
£0
More than 500 on roll
£892
£1190
£1025
£1050 +
£1400 +
£2375 +
Assessment Fee*
Assessment Fee*
Assessment Fee*
All sizes
*Please contact BPN for current cost
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For More information and registration
with OLP
For further details or to register with OLP please visit
our Website: www.outstandingleaders.org
Or contact
OLP Programme Leader: Yvonne Gandy
[email protected]
BPN Lead Online Facilitator: Tim McShane
[email protected]
BPN Administrator: Chris Ludlow (0117 9209 209)
[email protected]
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