As part of our accreditation to deliver the National Professional Qualifications, the Department for Education requires us to publish
- Cost of participation, including assessment
- Duration of the programme, and information regarding the type of study.
This information can be found of the respective course pages.
We are also required to publish our performance against each of the quality metrics.
Metric 1: Recruitment to target number of participants
|Year 1 Target||Year 1 Actual(part year)||Year 2 Target||Year 2 Actual||Year 3 Target||Year 3 Actual|
Participants who have transferred level/cohorts are included with the cohort in which they are currently registered. (Last Updated: March 2019)
Metric 2: Recruitment of participants where at least 30% of pupils are known to be eligible for Free School Meals
|Year 1 Target||Year 1 Actual||Year 2 Target||Year 2 Actual||Year 3 Target||Year 3 Actual|
|Middle Leader||no target||18%||18%||36%|
|Senior Leader||no target||57%||18%||22%|
Metric 3: Providers ensure that their allocated target of all those recruited are from a non-white British background, for each NPQ level offered
Our targets for this metric are listed below.
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
However, due to our small cohort sizes we have suppressed our actual figures out of respect for the privacy of our participants. We have made this data available to the DfE and to Tribal who are the DfE’s appointed Quality Assurance Agent.
Metric 4: Providers ensure that at least 90% of participants present for final assessment within 18 months of formally commencing the programme.
To date; one cohort of participants have reached the end of their programme. 100% of participants presented for assessment during their assessment window.
Metric 5: Providers achieve 95% accuracy level for all their final assessments
Our first cohort of participants are currently under going moderation. This metric will be updated once scripts are returned.
Metric 6: Providers ensure that the aggregated mean rating across all participant feedback received is at leave 6 out of 10.
The DfE’s QA Agent surveys participants and reports aggregated scores back to Teach Manchester as a provider.
We have received one report to date (as of March 2019) where our participants .
|Overall average rating||8.48|
|Course Delivery Avg Rating||8.64|
|Rating of costs||7.72|
|Rating of assessment requirements||7.52|
|Rating of course duration||8.36|
|Rating of pre course comms||8.12|
|Rating of application – ease||9.00|
|Rating of application -||8.36|
|Rating of delivery models||8.88|
|Rating of delivery method suited to style of learning||8.40|
|Rating of how well delivery style matched the topic||8.36|
|Rating of how well the delivery style aided||8.52|
|Rating of the relevance of resources||8.12|
|Rating of expertise of the trainers||9.32|
|Rating of quality of delivery of the trainers||9.16|
|Rating of peers professional development||8.68|
|Rating of opportunities to deal with challenges||8.16|
|Rating of opportunity to ask questions||8.88|
|Rating of opportunities to identify improvements||8.52|
|Rating of opportunity for personal reflection||8.68|
|Rating of course content||8.36|
|Rating of filling knowledge gaps||8.32|
|Rating of development of understanding of leadership||8.88|
|Rating of pre and post reading material||8.04|
|Rating of how well the provider matched to participant’s||8.72|
Please contact Rachel Eppy on at firstname.lastname@example.org if you required further information regarding our Transparency Data