Our most important partnership is with Parents and Carers of the pupils attending Temple Learning Academy. We work above and beyond to keep you informed and involved in academy life. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter, sign up to your child’s class dojo and work hard to ensure your child is in school, on time, every day.
School attendance is important and EVERY SCHOOL DAY MATTERS. Please refer to our attendance policy and know we will work hard to ensure every child has the opportunity to attend school every day.
Temple Learning Academy and Leeds schools are run a ‘Fast Track’ initiative in order to improve levels of attendance and punctuality. This initiative is to address concerns quickly and efficiently. Students identified for the ‘Fast Track’ process will be monitored for a period of time and if there is not an improvement then may incur a fine.
The Red Kite Teaching School Alliance is a partnership of Yorkshire schools and institutions (see our partners), across all phases, primary, secondary and special, from inner city locations to rural contexts, that have come together to share our skills, experience, talent and capacity to help improve the learning and achievement of young people across Yorkshire and the Humber.
The Alliance provides nationally accredited and bespoke leadership, training, support, research and development opportunities to school staff across the region. We have a bank of nationally and regionally recognised experts within the Alliance that can act as a task force to help schools and individuals in need of support.
The Temple Newsam Learning Partnership Trust is a group of schools and partners who are working together for the benefit of the community as a whole. The Trust celebrates the differences and uniqueness of each school but also has a shared vision and a common set of values. The Trust is aiming to develop a community which ensures that pupils and their families are supported to improve life chances. A Co–operative is independent but agrees to work within a set of internationally agreed values and principles.
- Self–help —helping people to help themselves
- Self–responsibility —being responsible for our own actions
- Democracy —having an equal say in how things are run
- Equality —everybody should be treated justly and fairly
- Equity —being treated fairly and justly
- Solidarity —taking joint responsibility and supporting others Honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others