Leadership and Management

Leadership development is at the core of the The Boleyn Trust Teaching School Alliance offer. Within the Alliance there are many outstanding schools, including:

      • Tollgate Primary School, a National Support School
      • Cleves Primary School
      • Shaftesbury Primary School
      • Selwyn Primary School
      • Davies Lane Primary School
      • Upton Cross Primary School
      • Curwen Primary School.

We have 5 National Leaders of Education (NLEs) and over 40 Specialist Leaders of Education (SLEs). We can offer a range of support for leadership development through:

National Professional Qualifications in conjunction with the UCL Institute of Education

NPQML

      • The National Professional Qualification for Middle Leadership (NPQML) is a modular leadership programme for middle leaders in schools. It is level 1 of The Leadership Curriculum.
      • It is for school leaders who are leading a team; middle leaders looking to develop their leadership skills; individuals new to middle leadership role or a new responsibility; or those seeking promotion to a middle leadership role.

NPQSL

      • The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is a modular leadership programme for senior leaders in schools. It is level 2 of The Leadership Curriculum.
      • It is for school leaders who are leading beyond a team; school leaders with senior leadership responsibilities and accountabilities; or managers and leaders currently working outside of education, looking to move into a school or education senior leadership role.

Alliance New Leaders' Network

    • A practical, impact-driven fast-track for subject/phase leaders new to post.

Bespoke Middle Leadership Development - to meet the needs of your school:

    • Developing and embedding procedures, policies, systems and structures.
    • Embedding monitoring and accountability processes.
    • Ensuring leaders can improve teaching and learning.
    • Support with strategies and coaching to close achievement and attainment gaps. 

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