NPQH Final Assessment Aims of the assessment process

NPQH Final Assessment Aims of the assessment process

NPQH Final Assessment Aims of the assessment process To enable you to write and submit an account of your project/s which demonstrates your ability to act with credibility as a headteacher, demonstrating how you achieved the two tasks. Final Assessment information 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. NPQH assessment description and tasks overview NPQH Final Assessment Guidance Submission Form for both task 1 and 2 General submission advice Task 2 submission advice

How to book your submission window All these documents are available on the Inspiring Leaders portal NPQH/Assessment Starting with the end in mind Final Assessment: Process and Requirements See NPQH Assessment description document Two tasks in school and placement Draw upon research and examples that relate to the nature of your project

Include evidence of your learning Include required supporting documents Task 1 Lead change programme at whole-school level, lasting at least 2 terms, to improve pupil progress and attainment. Present the plan to the Governing board prior to implementation and gather their feedback. Submit a written account of the project to the provider for assessment, which aims to evidence the criteria indicated. This should cover the design, implementation and evaluation

of the programme. Submit supporting documents/material as evidence where indicated below. Supporting evidence must be concise and directly related to the candidates project and corresponding assessment criterion. Not exceed a total word count of 4,000, excluding supporting documents or annexes Task 2 See Task 2 guidance Undertake a placement in a contrasting school (for example, by performance, pupil profile, geography etc.), lasting at least 9

working days. Research the placement schools current and/or projected resource and capability challenges, and design an action plan to address these. Present the plan to the placement schools governing board and gather their feedback. Submit a written account of the project to the provider for assessment, which aims to evidence the criteria indicated Submit supporting documents/material as evidence where indicated below. Supporting evidence must be concise and directly related to the candidates project and corresponding assessment

criterion. Not exceed a total word count of 2,500, excluding supporting documents or annexes NPQH TCE (Teaching and curriculum excellence) Ref : NPQH FA submission form Key question: How have you led teaching so that pupil progress and attainment rise across the school, taking account of groups of pupils with

particular needs and teacher workload? NPQH TCE (Teaching and curriculum excellence) Questions to aid assessment Has this participant: Analysed research into and examples of the leadership of teaching domestically? Analysed research into and examples of the leadership of teaching internationally? Provided evidence of the need for change? Carried out a project which has improved pupil progress or attainment across the

school? Ensured the needs of all pupils, including those groups with particular needs are met? Checked that plans for change do not increase teacher workload? Can I include other documents? NPQH this includes: Pupil performance data Sponsor comments Presentation recording and feedback Communications/ stakeholder engagement strategy

Curriculum-led budget You may also attach other documents as appendices. Whilst these are of unlimited length, if they are too long your assessor may not have time to consider them properly. What does my sponsor have to write? For NPQH your sponsor will need to write comments on one of the assessment criteria. Example: 3.3.2 Adapts or tailors their leadership style to lead effectively in different situations.

Presentation recording and feedback Ref: Handbook Final Assessment Guidance For NPQH task 1 you will need to upload an audio file: Present the plan to the Governing board prior to implementation, and gather their feedback. How do I meet the standard? Ref: General submission advice You must provide enough evidence based on

your project and your wider leadership, to demonstrate your competency at the level you are working at. Starting with the end in mind Ref: How to book your submission window Final Assessment: Submitting Book a submission slot with Inspiring Leaders within 3 months of starting the programme Submit your tasks to Inspiring Leaders Tasks are assessed by an external organisation

experienced qualified assessors used nationally to ensure consistency The Assessment process

Technical corrections Quality Assurance Best Fit Recording concerns Exceptional Circumstances Pass or Fail? Any questions?

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