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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
' WRAP AROUND CARE ' IS AVAILABLE FOR CRITICAL / KEY WORKERS WITH ' LET's PLAY. ' Let's Play is open from 8am -9am and then from 3.15pm - 6pm as long as they have enough people ( health permitting ) to make it work . School staff will not be working in school over Easter ( they need to recharge their batteries for the long weeks ahead ) . If you need child care over the Easter period then you need to book places now. This service is only for the children who are currently on our KW list - I am sure the government will reimburse KW/Critical workers for any extra expense in due course. | In the light of the PM's Announcement - School will be taking a harder line on Key worker Criteria ( if one parent is not a KW then they should really stay at home to provide childcare ). Remember this is a big push now for the next 3-4 weeks THIS IS A CRITICAL TIME FOR US ALL BUT WE CAN DO IT ! | PM's UPDATED MESSAGE Do you really need to bring your child to school ? Are we literally your last resort ? If you have no other option for childcare then we will be glad to support all NHS critical/key workers by keeping your children safe -thank you for doing the vital job you are doing ! Places are limited and determined by how many healthy staff we have available from day to day. Remember ' social distancing ' when dropping off or picking up children.
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At Davyhulme Primary School, children are taught to understand and respect all world religions. In R.E. lessons, there is an emphasis on drawing comparisons between different religious beliefs and rituals. As a school, our lessons focus on Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Hinduism, with the flexibility to include the beliefs of other faiths as well, so all children feel represented. We aim to include a consideration of non-religious beliefs and values too.


We aim for all R.E. lessons to be based on questioning and to be interactive and engaging. Children are encouraged to share their own beliefs with their class in an open and tolerant way and to draw comparisons between their own beliefs and others. In lessons, links are also made with our school Values, with similarities being highlighted. As a school, we would like every child to have a first-hand experience of places of worship belonging to different faiths by the time they leave us.