New Students2022-06-16T09:14:26+00:00

Welcome to our new Year 7 Students

Year 6 Transition

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

  • Students arrive at Temple Moor confident, secure and ready to succeed.
  • Parents/carers and students are both fully aware and informed at all stages of how school life will change from Primary to Secondary School.
  • Students 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 – whether in virtual or practical.”

Mrs K Cuddy – Assistant Principal

For the attention of our new Y6 into Y7 parents from September!

We would like to invite our new parents to come along into school and meet our colleagues. This is an opportunity to ask questions or discuss any concerns you may have about your child starting school with us in September.  Please use the QR codes or links to confirm your booking.

We are looking forward to meeting you.

Monday, 27 June 1-3pm:

Wednesday, 29 June 9-11am:

We know how daunting the move to secondary school can be for both students and parents/carers on any given year and appreciate that the situation around COVID-19 could have heightened those worries and concerns. We want to assure you that despite the challenges, we are still working closely with our primary partners and have evolved our transition process so that the process remains 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. This has not changed, and we have enhanced how we work together using virtual and practical means. We have already started meeting with our Primary partners to ensure we have key information about students to aid a smooth transition process.

Once students arrive with us in September, we do a lot of work to help with the settling in process for all students, the students have both a Pastoral Leader, Mrs Constantine and a Phase Leader, Mr Sutton. These key staff work with teams of people within the school, including form tutors and teaching staff, to help ensure everyone is informed about new students coming to us and this helps build effective relationships quickly.

Please read the Transition Booklet as this holds key information regarding the transition process, and has practical information about procedures at Temple Moor.

Please feel free to contact us using the email address: should you have any questions or concerns or call  0113 390 0770, where you can leave a message and the appropriate person will return your call.

Welcome Letter 2022
Transition Booklet 2022
Take a Virtual Tour of the School
Biometrics Consent Form
Medical Conditions Form
New Students Parents Evening
Wynsors permitted school shoes

RKLT Feeder Schools

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

Other Feeder Schools

All Saints Richmond Hill C Of E Primary School
Allerton Church Of England Primary School
Barwick-in-Elmet Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School
Beechwood Primary School
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School
Cross Gates Primary School
East Ardsley Primary Academy
Ebor Gardens Primary School
Grimes Dyke Primary School
Kerr Mackie Primary School
Manston Primary School
Manston St James Primary Academy
Parklands Primary School
Robin Hood Primary School
Scholes (Elmet) Primary School
Seacroft Grange Primary School
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
Wykebeck Primary School

Whinmoor St Paul’s Church of England Primary School
White Laith Primary School
Woodlands Primary Academy
Wykebeck Primary School

The TMHS Learning Journey

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.