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Davyhulme Primary School, Davyhulme
REMEMBER SCHOOL CLOSED THIS WEDNESDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER FOR STAFF TRAINING ON RESPONSE TO COVID19 The Photographers will be in School on Thursday for individual portraits ( sadly no sibling or family groups can be accomodated at this time but hopefully in the Spring/Summer term 2021 ). | PLease , Please , Please Observe 2m Social Distancing While waiting to ' drop off ' or ' pick up ' your child - we are at a critical stage now ! School staff are already coming down with coughs and flu symptoms never mind the challenges of Covid. There are reports of a school in Salford having to close because of staff absences please take the advice seriously - HANDS - FACE - SPACE . You need to inform school where you are going on holiday ( even if in the UK ) . If returning from abroad follow government advice and quarantine if necessary ! We will send ' Bubbles ' home IF we have to ! Please do not put us in that position !Carers and Parents can give us feedback on our approach to Covid19 by emailing School at Covid19@davyhulmeprimary.com ahead of our training day on 30th September to take stock of the Risk Assessment and anything else you wish to improve about our school.
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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.