TNCP

The Trust

What is the TNCP? The Temple Newsam Community Partnership  is a group of schools and partners who are working together for the benefit of the community as a whole. The Partnership celebrates the differences and uniqueness of each school but also has a shared vision and a common set of values. The Partnership 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.

Which schools and partners are a part of the TNCP? Meadowfield Primary, Corpus Christi Primary, Corpus Christi College, Temple Moor High School, Temple Learning Academy, Templenewsam Halton Primary, Whitkirk Primary, Colton Primary, Austhorpe Primary, East SILC, Children’s Centres, YMCA, Leeds City Council Children’s Services, Barnardos and the Co-operative College.

What are the Partnership vision and values?

  • 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

Children – Partnership holiday activities and after school clubs, develop projects such as the Multi-Use Games Area, access to joint activities and special events, have a say in what activities are offered in the community.

Parents/Carers – Reduction in costs of holiday activities, long term support for children and families.

Community organisations – Plan & develop shared projects based on local need.

Links to our Trust Schools and Partners

T. 0113 3230010 E. carol.cooke@meadowfieldclc.org Head Teacher. Mrs Helen Stout