News EdDevTrust selected as lead provider for two new National Professional Qualifications 27 April 2022 We are delighted to announce that Education Development Trust has been selected as a lead provider for two new National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) and will also continue to be a lead provider for the six current NPQs. News EdDevTrust begins delivering School-Led Tutoring Training Course for England 19 November 2021 We are delighted to announce that Education Development Trust is delivering the School-Led Tutor Training Course as part of the School-Led Tutoring pillar of the National Tutoring Programme in England, with expert training in tutoring now available to schools. News Early Years Professional Development Programme extended to 50 new local authorities in England 15 September 2021 We are delighted to announce that the Early Years Professional Development Programme, delivered by Education Development Trust in partnership with Elkan, is to be extended to reach up to 2000 early years practitioners in 50 new local authorities. Targeted, high-quality training and support will help develop practitioners understanding of children’s learning in early language, mathematics and personal, social & emotional development. News EdDevTrust welcomes new Behaviour Hubs Partner school cohort 29 November 2021 We are pleased to announce that our Behaviour Hubs team welcomed its newest cohort of Partner schools onto the programme last month, with two face-to-face induction events. Case study School-Led Tutoring Programme: free, individualised support for thousands of tutors One of the newest additions to Education Development Trust’s UK portfolio, the School-Led Tutoring Programme has trained, assessed and endorsed thousands of School-Led Tutors across the nation since its launch in November 2021. This work aligns directly with Education Development Trust’s overarching vision to transform lives by improving education and our decades’ long legacy of supporting pupils by providing them with enhanced opportunities to learn and thrive. We have been delighted to see the incredible progress made in the initial few months of the programme and we are heartened to know the important difference our work is making to pupils and educators who are working hard to overcome the significant challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. News Schools Partnership Programme launches bespoke commission for Kent County Council 11 November 2021 We are pleased to announce that the Schools Partnership Programme (SPP) will soon be launching a bespoke ‘Inclusion Leadership Programme’, commissioned by Kent County Council, which will seek to improve inclusive leadership in 360 schools across Kent. SPP will work in partnership with Learning Leadership South East (LLSE) and the National Association of Special Educational Needs (nasen) to deliver this programme, starting in January 2022.