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New Students

Year 6 Transition

“The benefits of our comprehensive transition process will be that:

Pupils arrive at Temple Moor confident and secure in their next step

Parents are both fully aware and informed at all stages of how school life will change

Pupils are allocated to a suitable form and teaching groups, based on pastoral and academic information from primary school

Learning is able to begin quickly in September, as pupils have prior experience of the school.”

— Mr A. Beecroft, Senior Assistant Principal – Transition

We know how daunting the move to secondary school can be for both students and parents/carers. We do lots of work with Year 6 to try to make this as smooth and easy as possible for everyone.

We have strong links with our partner primary schools. Throughout the year, staff work closely together to share good practice and link learning at Key stage 2 and 3.

At the end of Year 6, students will begin a transition programme of events which will help with their move to the new school environment. Information on all of our events will come via primary schools once notification has been given of a secured place on 1 March.

In March we will send out a welcome letter and Transition booklet which will give information on key events that will happen on the run up to September.

In June, we hold an information evening where much more detail is given about the day to day routines at Temple Moor High School.

In July, students will attend the last 2 weeks of the Summer Term at Temple Moor High School, sampling lessons and meeting their form group and tutor.

Once students arrive with us in September we do a lot of work as a pastoral team to help with the settling in process.

Please feel free to contact Mr Beecroft, Senior Assistant Principal, Transition or Miss Lawton, Administrator should you have any questions or concerns 0113 3900 770.

Key Dates

MARCH

National Offer Day – 1 March 2019

Parents, children and Temple Moor find out who has been successful in obtaining a school place. Acceptance of school places by parents. Unsuccessful families have the right of appeal against the decision of Education Leeds. As a local authority school, Temple Moor has no say in which students gain a place. For details on Education Appeals, please refer to the school website.

MAY

SATs examinations in primary schools

Primary school transition visits

JUNE

New Year 7 Parents Evening 6-8pm

Thursday, 6 June

JULY

Year 6 Transition Days

Monday 8 to Friday 19 July

AUGUST / SEPTEMBER

Year 7 Intake Day

Tuesday 3 September

Feeder Schools

Trust Schools

Austhorpe Primary School
Colton Primary School
Meadowfields Primary School
Temple Newsam Halton Primary School
Whitkirk Primary School

Other Schools

Adel St John The Baptist Church of England Primary School
All Saint’s Richmond Hill Church of England Primary School
Beechwood Primary School
Beeston Primary School
Brownhill Primary Academy
Cross Gates Primary School
Ebor Gardens Primary School
Grimes Dyke Primary School
Harehills Primary School
Holy Rosary and St Anne’s Catholic Primary School
Kerr Mackie Primary School
Manston Primary School
Manston St James Primary Academy
Moor Allerton Hall Primary School
Ninelands Primary School
Oakwood Primary Academy
Parklands Primary School
Richmond Hill Academy
Scholes (Elmet) Primary School
Seacroft Grange Primary School
Shakespeare Primary School
St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School – A Voluntary Academy
St Matthew’s Church of England Primary School
St Theresa’s Catholic Primary School
Swarcliffe Primary School
Victoria Primary Academy
Whinmoor St Paul’s Church of England Primary School
White Laith Primary School
Woodlands Primary Academy
Wykebeck Primary School

Throughout the school, from Year 6 induction to Year 13 final exams, we are committed to maximising the opportunities our children have inside and outside the classroom and sending them on with the skills, qualities and achievements to thrive.