NACE - Leading for more able learners: policy and practice CPD programme

This is new 3-day course in 2019 and will guide and support senior and middle leaders, SLEs and coordinators leading on policy and practice for more able learners in a primary school, cluster or trust. The programme is led by the National Association for Able Children in Education (NACE).

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Drawing on the established criteria of the NACE Challenge Framework and effective practice developed in NACE Challenge Award- accredited schools, the course leads to a NACE certificate in more able leadership, the first of its kind nationally. The programme makes direct links to the NACE Challenge Framework, an established tool for whole-school review and improvement in provision for more able learners. It is designed to support delegates in progressing policy and practice, leaving the course with a robust action plan for ongoing improvement. For schools wishing to have their more able provision externally accredited, the course forms an ideal basis for NACE Challenge Award preparation.

What’s included?
• Copy of updated NACE Challenge Framework and supporting materials;
• Individual feedback on initial school audit;
• Three training days led by an experienced school leader; • Ongoing assignments to complete;
• Access to supporting online resources;
• Networking and peer exchange;
• NACE certificate in more able leadership.

Venue: Copthorne Primary School, All Saints Road, Bradford, BD7 3AY
Cost: £1,350 + VAT
Book by 31 December 2018 for early-bird rate: £1,150 +VAT

Day 1: 7th February 2019. Day 2: 28th March 2019. Day 3: 6th June 2019


This course is exclusively available to NACE members. A 10% discount on annual membership is available for participating schools. To benefit, enter discount code EXCEED-01 when applying for NACE membership online.
Find out more and join NACE: www.nace.co.uk/membership

Programme design and delivery are aligned to the DfE standards for teacher professional development and are informed by NACE’s code of conduct for professional development.


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Published: 04/12/2018
Audience: Primary school leaders and teachers
Contact: Paul Butler

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