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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 Monday 28th June returning to school on Tuesdayd 29th June. This change in dates has been due to the latest information and advice from Trafford Public Health. 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 shall still be 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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New ‘ Pupils ‘ Put Straight to Work To Help Keep Our Children Safe.

24th Mar 2021

These 2D pupils are part of our continuing challenge to keep all of our children safe. Standing on the gate I have witnessed some scary driving habits by a lot of drivers including many of our very own parents . I have seen parents driving more than 20 mph , some driving while on a mobile , some parking on the crossing space and then having their child cross the road in front of their car but out of sight of on-coming traffic ! 
Trafford Council are trying to recruit a ‘ Crossing Patrol Officer ‘ for the crossing area just outside of school , but in the meantime we must all look out for ALL of our children in and around the roads.

A number of parents are concerned about engines being left to run outside school , particularly the effect they have on air quality and children with respiratory conditions. Parents ,carers and concerned neighbours should seek further information from 

 

image.png https://addresspollution.org/?fbclid=IwAR10LyY50w92P_XAwN2vGhL47chHlDCp9wvXYZaNxpq9Db6Lt5L4rQfM47U     Trafford council are keen to discourage people leaving their engines running whilst cars are not moving.  https://www.trafford.gov.uk/residents/environment/pollution/Engine-idling.aspx - with particular reference to parents switching off their engines outside their own children's schools.    We are indebted to those parents who have voiced their concerns and we hope we can all help now to contribute to a safer environment for ALL of our children.