Take the next step on your leadership journey and become a behaviour and culture specialist. Learn approaches to help your school keep improving, and implement practical solutions to tackle your school’s existing challenges.
Learn the essential skills that underpin successful leadership of behaviour and culture. Develop expertise in high-quality teaching practices and behaviour management, including dealing with more complex behavioural needs and working with parents, the wider community and other organisations.
Learn how to develop the ethos and environment of your school using key policies and steps. Create a culture of high expectations, good behaviour and learning amongst pupils, while supporting professional learning and continuous improvement for colleagues in your school.
Share experiences with other school leaders, learn how they’ve faced similar challenges and build a professional network that will support you throughout your career.
This 15-month programme (12 months’ delivery and three months for assessment) consists of a series of courses based on the DfE’s NPQframeworks. Each course cycle features:
This cycle repeats throughout the programme, with implementation a consideration in every course. Towards the end of the programme, you’ll also take a course focused specifically on effective implementation. This provides an opportunity to complete a significant but manageable change project as part of your role. There will be ongoing support through a seminar group and discussion forum.
Informed by the best and most recent evidence and developed with input from school leaders and subject matter experts, this programme will help you to:
Cost: This programme is fully funded for all teachers and school leaders in state funded schools.
Download the NPQLBC Curriculum