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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
Happy St David's Day - Patron Saint of Wales - Remember the other Important Dates - 17th March , 23rd April , 1st November ??? | We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back on Monday 8th March 2021 - We are working hard on our Risk Assessment and other plans to enable a safe return for everyone. We would ask everyone in our community to continue to be vigilant . Social Distancing 2m when waiting to come into school. Face covering for all adults on site ( past the school gates and fences - exemptions for medical reasons ). Washing of hands frequently - Sanitising regularly. Extra ventilation in school - observing Bubble Integrity within school. Staggered starts to school day with multipile entry and exit points.
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Free SEND Courses for Parents and Carers

12th Feb 2021

Trafford are running a series of parenting courses based on the Solihull approach. Trafford parents can access these online courses free. See the leaflet below and for more details go to:

There are lots of other helpful courses and services that have been commissioned to meet the needs of parent carers in Trafford including:

  • Trafford Sunrise - support for parents of children aged 5-12 years coping with difficult feelings and/or behavioural difficulties.
  • Sleep Tight Trafford - 1 to 1 clinics for any parent whose child is struggling to sleep and specialist Sleep clinic for children who are under the care of a paediatrician or HYM.
  • Coaching Inside and Out - work with a  life coach to bring about change in your life, a service for adults, families and young people across Trafford.
  • YES - Trafford Youth Engagement Service - provides a wide range of opportunities for young people to access support and information in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential manner.
  • Kooth - free anonymous online counselling, advice and mental health support service for young people in Trafford aged 11-18.
  • Engage Mentoring - intensive mentoring and group activity sessions for young people aged between 8 and 16.
  • Young Carers - work with young carers offering one to one support, groups and activities and support at school.

See our Early Help page for more information.