NPQ Headteacher (NPQH)
- Created By UCL IOE
- Last Updated October 9th, 2023
National Professional Qualification Headteachers (NPQH)
|Delivery Model||Face to Face sessions|
|What is Included||
Upon Registering with Infinite Learning: Invoice of AED 500 Plus 5% VAT (Non-Refundable)
Upon IOE Delegate Acceptance: Invoice of remaining AED 11,050 plus 5% VAT
|Deadline booking dates:||
Deadline to register with Infinite Learning: 12th January 2024
Deadline to register with UCL: 19th January 2024
Deadline to register with Department for Education: 19th January 2024
|Date of Training||Please see the Route Map under the Programme tab.|
|Time (UAE)||Please see the Route Map under the Programme tab.|
|Venue||Virtual delivery and/or Face to Face in Dubai – to be confirmed.|
PRIMARY and SECONDARY Designed for school leaders who are, or are aspiring to be, a headteacher or head of school with responsibility for leading a school.
NPQH gives participants all of the essential knowledge, skills and concepts that underpin successful headship. Participants will cover ‘learn that’ and ‘learn how to’ statements in ten areas:
- School Culture
- Curriculum and Assessment
- Additional and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
- Professional Development
- Organisational Management
- Working in Partnership
- Governance and Accountability
- Attainment of the National Professional Qualification for Headteachers – NPQH.
- Internationally recognised qualification.
“The Face to Face sessions have been valuable in that there have been opportunities to speak with colleagues in other schools.”
– NPQH Participant
Please click on the links below for downloadable copies of detailed information on the NPQH Programme.
National Professional Qualification Headteacher (NPQH)
A qualification for school leaders who are, or are aspiring to be, a headteacher or head of school with responsibility for leading a school.
In collaboration with an Expert Advisory Group, the Department of Education consulted extensively with the sector to design the reformed suite of NPQs. This has included invaluable input from teachers, school and trust leaders, academics and experts. The frameworks set out two types of content:
Within each area, key evidence statements (“Learn that…”) have been drawn from current high-quality evidence from the UK and overseas. This evidence includes high-quality reviews and syntheses, including meta-analyses and rigorous individual studies. In addition, the NPQ frameworks provide practical guidance on the skills that teachers and school leaders should be supported to develop.
‘Learn how to…’
Practice statements (“Learn how to…”) draw on both the best available educational research and on additional guidance from the Expert Advisory Group and other sector representatives.
The Education Endowment Foundation has independently reviewed the frameworks to ensure they draw on the best available evidence and that this evidence has been interpreted with fidelity. The NPQ frameworks will be kept under review as the evidence base evolves. As in any profession, the evidence base is not static and research insights develop and progress.