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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
Partial Opening and Restricted Admissions - We continue to operate and apply a strict approach to all applications for school places . At present we have 131 pupils ( 25% ) in school with a further 48 families wanting 62 places. The new variants of the virus pose an increased level of threat according to the media of between 50% and 70% so our control measures across society should feel 50% - 70% stricter than the first wave back in March ...and it does not feel like that ' out and about '. Despite our best efforts we have had to Quarantine two ( empty classrooms ) for 72 hours as a precautionary step on advice from Trafford cleaning services.School will be able to provide more school places when staff have had  vaccines and feel safer. If a member of your household goes for a Covid test please do not send the children into school until you have the results of the test and they are negative.
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SEN at Davyhulme Primary School

Our school understands the importance of differentiation in enabling children to access the curriculum depending upon their needs. Obviously it is dependent upon the individual child’s particular/specific needs as to how best children can access the curriculum. Whether a child has an EHCP or is supported through school support level, reasonable adjustments are made through daily practice. This is often done through class task differentiation and quality first teaching, discreet group support (both in and outside of classes) and through use of Class Teacher, Teaching Assistant and personalised provision where applicable.

The curriculum will be adapted and reasonable adjustments made, where is required, as will the learning environment. We recognise how it is important to make such changes in order for children to fully benefit from the broad and balanced curriculum offered at Davyhulme Primary School. This inclusive ethos is embedded throughout the curriculum and various opportunities are provided within lessons, as well as through the wider life of the school. Such extra-curricular activities enable opportunities to support pupil well-being through sports, music, forest skills and much more.