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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
Positive Covid19 case in Mrs Brundrett's class so staff and pupils will have to isolate until Saturday 26th|June. Trafford Public Health have requested that everyone who has to isolate should go for a PCR test and report the result using the NHS relevant link as this will help the ' Track and Trace ' mapping process. Work will be provided on line for all pupils. | PARENT GOVERNOR VACANCIES WE HAVE TWO PARENT GOVERNOR VACANCIES - PLEASE SEE LETTER SENT VIA PARENTPAY ON 14/6/21 | This Month's Value is 'Perseverance' | Following the Government's announcement on Monday14th June we can confirm that we will update our Risk Assessment in the next week. In the meantime we shal still following our current Risk Assessment ( Feb 2021 ) . Please continue to remember : Face - Space - Wash your Hands and Use Fresh Air ( use ventilation ) as much as possible please. Hot weather - please bring your clear water bottle - hat and follow our guidance on hot weather school days on our website to keep yourself safe under the sun.
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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: www.inourplace.co.uk

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.

https://www.trafforddirectory.co.uk/kb5/trafford/fsd/advice.page?id=MRHTHl8bl_o