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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
' EXPANDED OPENING ' - For our school in OUR context it will take place on Wednesday 10th June with staggered times and entry points. A letter has gone out on Fridat 22nd May - It follows on from the letter on Tuesday 15th May. All places have now been offered and our school remains at capacity, for now. The situation may change due to a whole variety of reasons so watch this space. The staff would love to have all the children back in school, but it is simply not possible to do this safely under the present restrictions - The safest place for your child remains YOUR HOME !There are still places at Holiday Club - Ring Dani on 07947653796. | School remains Open for the Children of Keyworkers and Vulnerable Pupils . We are open for limited groups who have NO OTHER OPTION ( Key workers and Vulnerable pupils) . Please note that our ‘ Let’s Play ‘ partners have had to suspend the Breakfast and After school clubs until further notice due to dwindling numbers and demand for places. Our Keyworker Group is now at capacity and we cannot add anyone else to this list for now...Following the PM's messages we will issue a full statement of our response later today with an indication of how we plan to admit more children from vulnerable groups Reception and Y6 initially - we will not admit any more children unless we are confident that pupils and staff remain safe. 
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Author Visit

5th Mar 2020

Today, we welcomed the fantastic author, Liz Kessler, to our school. We were also joined by some pupils from three local primary schools. Year 5 and Year 6 pupils enjoyed listening to Liz talk about her life as an author. She shared lots of funny stories with us  which we all enjoyed listening to. Liz talked to us about her writing journey. As a child, she used to love writing stories and poems and she showed us a note book of poems that she had written when she was only 8 years old. Liz was very inspirational and we hope that her visit will encourage our children to value the importance of reading. It may also inspire some of our pupils who love writing to become an author themselves in the future. Thank you once again to Urmston Bookshop for organising this event.