King David Primary School is a voluntary aided co-educational school. It is part of the King David Campus in the Cheetham Hill area of Manchester, and most pupils are from the surrounding areas of Prestwich, Whitefield, Salford and Bury.
The school teaches all areas of the National Curriculum alongside an extensive range of Jewish Studies subjects. It has won the Government Sponsored Basic Skills Award for delivering and achieving high standards in Maths and English and the Leading Aspect Award for Jewish Studies.
There is a pre-school nursery and crèche.
Lunchtime activities include: Israel club, French, and line dancing. There is also a choir which entertains at local old people's homes and other schools, and a recorder group. All children have an opportunity to learn ballet taught by qualified teachers from a local dance school, and older children can take part in judo and fencing lessons. At the end of the day when school finishes, a school club takes place every day until 5.45pm and during most school holidays.