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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
Dress Code Reminder for all pupils - Although School have allowed you to wear your own clothes , you are not allowed to wear nail varnish , earrings nor adopt hairstyles or hair colouring that does not conform to our dress code. | Whole School Returning Week Beginning 20th July Information about the whole school return to school during the last week of term will be put on Seesaw on Wednesday 15th July. Parents will be told on which day their child will return and will be given further information about the day. Please make sure that you check Seesaw on this day.We can't wait to see you! | Annual School Reports will be sent out electronically over the next few weeks . We regret to say that we cannot provide paper copies at this time because of COVID19 restrictions and regret that the reports have been written based on information up to the closure of school on 20th March . On Friday 17th July 2020 pupils ( and their parents and carers ) will find out who their teachers are and what class they will be in for September 2020. | School Will be CLOSED for the Summer Holidays BUT our partners at Let’s Play Will OPEN for KWVP plus anyone who needs a place in Bubbles of up to 15 children. - Phone Dani ( 07947653796 ) for further details .
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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.