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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
Parking Around School Good Neighbours - Please can we show consideration to our Neighbours and Park Responsibly ( not across their drives as they need to go to work too ). Inconsiderate parking has been discussed by Governors including options to request police/traffic wardens and 'naming and shaming' if things do not improve. Tuesday is' Team Treat Day ' - Children should come to school in their Games Kit ( including jogging bottoms, to reduce friction burns from slide ) as PTA have paid for inflatables !
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Modern Foreign Languages

Modern Foreign Languages at Davyhulme Primary School 

Children at Davyhulme Primary School are taught Spanish and French throughout the school from Reception to Year 6. We are lucky enough to have a well resourced curriculum and to have the opportunity for Foreign Language Assistants, both from France and Spain, to work with the children providing authentic language learning experiences.  Children make great progress in MFL lessons. Take a look at some of their work below. 

 

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9th Jun 2018
Mai 2018            Today,...
 
 
 
9th Jun 2018
Here are the pupils from Class 3B performing the authentic French finger rhyme 'Une...
 
 
 
7th May 2018
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7th May 2018
Year 2 French Club have been exploring the traditional French storybook 'Va-t'en,...
 
 
 
8th Apr 2018
All the children worked extremely hard during last half-term in developing their...
 
 
 
8th Apr 2018
vendredi 16 mars 2018 In today’s French lesson, firstly, we did the French...
 
 
 
21st Mar 2018
vendredi 2 mars 2018 In today’s French lesson we started by completing an activity...
 
 
 
11th Mar 2018
vendredi 9 fevrier                                                                                                                    First,...
 
 
 
25th Feb 2018
Some of the Year 2 pupils have been exploring the traditional French storybook 'Va-t'en,...
 
 
 
17th Feb 2018
Here are the Year 5 and Year 6 children working extremely hard with their speaking...