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Jul
14

Outstanding Leaders Partnership, supported by Best Practice Network, is one of the largest providers of the new-look National Professional Qualifications approved by the Department for Education.

Jul
07

Outstanding Leaders Partnership (OLP) has successfully bid for approved provider status with the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) to offer the National Professional Leadership Qualifications.

OLP, a school-led leadership qualification provider, is expanding in a move that will make it one of the largest professional development organisations of its kind in England. The expanded OLP will continue to be led by a partnership of Best Practice Network and Ashton-on-Mersey Teaching School, which is part of the Dean Trust.

Jul
06

In the latest update for SecEd Liam Donnison talks to two aspiring leaders about the shift in school leadership development, with an increasing focus on real-life challenges informing the school-based projects that form a prominent part of CPD for teachers and leaders.

Jun
19

Will Purcell talks about the fantastic opportunity provided by EYITT to build his confidence and gain new skills to help young children learn in the most effective and exciting ways.

Jun
02

Sophie Swales, an Early Years Teacher who trained with us in 2016/17, talks about her placement experience and the lessons she learnt about preparing young children for the transition from pre-school to school.

Jun
02

Sandra Matthews, one of our very experienced early years personal tutors from Harrogate, Yorkshire, is a true lifelong learner, always delving deeper and thinking about how she and her colleagues can provide better and better support for children’s learning at Acorns

May
25

George McMillan, principal of Harris Academy Greenwich, led an inspiring webinar as part of Best Practice Network’s programme of head-led school improvement webinars. In the latest update for SecEd he talks to Liam Donnison about his perspectives on school staffing challenges and how to lead a happy and motivated school team.

Read the full article on the SecEd website.

May
25

One year on, Charlotte Reynolds reveals that successfully completing the EYITT programme is still one her greatest achievements.

May
05

The HLTA National Assessment Partnership (HNAP) HLTA of the Year award is aimed at teaching assistants who have gained HLTA status and who go above and beyond to demonstrate the vital role that HLTAs play within schools.

In 2016 Best Practice Network had three regional winners in the HLTA of the Year Award: Cindy McLeish from East of England, Alison Carpentier from the South West and Lianne Tetsell from the West Midlands.

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