Over 100 partners across the world work with us to deliver practitioner-led qualifications and improvement.
We work with Achievement for All on the delivery of programmes that enable all children to receive an excellent education, from the early years through into early adulthood. We work together to deliver BPN’s NASENCo programme through a blended learning model.
Best Practice Network are a certified member of BESA, and we work in to support continuing professional development in the education community. We share insight and best practice with the association through news, content, events and webinars.
We are a supporting member of COBIS, and share best practice with the school membership through events, updates and webinars. Recently Best Practice Network and COBIS joined a Department for International Trade sponsored teacher training trade mission to China, with our focus on early year educator qualifications.
Best Practice Network delivers all four qualifications for school leadership under a national and international license with the UK’s Department for Education. Our delivery is subject to DfE Quality Assurance and evaluations and we are an active member of the DfE Provider Group.
Ealing Primary Teaching School Alliance have a team of highly skilled and committed specialist leaders who support inclusion and quality first teaching for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in nurseries, schools and other settings.
Kids Planet is a family-owned group of 31 nurseries in the North West of England, where the last 20 Ofsted inspections have been Outstanding. We work with Kids Planet on insight into the Private Voluntary and Independent early years sector and to deliver our flagship Early Years initial teacher training qualifications.
ISBL is the leading membership organisation for business managers in schools in the UK. We offer the Diploma in School Business Management in partnership with ISBL and have exclusive membership offers for ISBL membersundertaking the National Professional Qualification in School Business Management.
Best Practice Network’s team of international school improvement experts works with ISP to deliver their Framework for Reviews, working positively and collaboratively with the excellent schools across the globe to ensure the best standards for parents, pupils and staff.
BPN’s NASENCO programme is delivered in partnership with the School of Education’s CPD Department at Bath Spa University (BSU). It incorporates the Postgraduate Certificate in Inclusive Education from their Professional Master’s Programme (worth the first 60 credits of 180 towards a Master’s (MA) degree).
Best Practice Network has been providing Early Years Initial Teacher Training and its preceding courses since they began in 2006. Our EYITT programme (birth to five) is developed in collaboration with the EY sector and is delivered nationally in partnership with e-Qualitas. The post-graduate GEB and GE routes are fully funded by the NCTL.
Best Practice Network is a founding member of the HLTA National Assessment Partnership (HNAP) which awards HLTA status in all regions of the country. HNAP has been involved in the successful assessment of more than 50,000 HLTAs since its inception in 2003
Jill McMillan Associates has worked closely with Best Practice Network in years, delivering the Evolve Leadership Programme to many schools and trusts in London. Evolve is a process that challenges people to rethink their approach to themselves and to others and shows them what powerful and positive difference they can make.
Newham LA has worked actively with BPN since 2012. For many years, BPN provided all the professional development for the LA in conjunction with the Institute of Education. Lately, BPN has been delivering leadership programmes for schools in the borough.
The Outstanding Leaders Partnership (OLP), managed by Best Practice Network, is approved by the Department for Education to deliver flagship school leadership qualifications including NPQH. OLP trains thousands of UK school leaders in partnership with 50 teaching schools, as well as participants as far afield as Hong Kong and Kenya.