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Parents Sign Up to Park Safely at Woodfall School in Neston

Author: Helen Hough, Head Teacher, Woodfall Primary Published: 17th January 2018 08:39

Monday 15th January 2018 saw the launch of the Parents' Parking Charter at Woodfall Primary and Nursery School.

Parents Sign Up to Park Safely at Woodfall School in NestonGovernors, staff and pupils at the school, with PCSO Linday Conway and Councillors Louise Gittins and Nigel Jones.

The School Council and the Junior Road Safety Officers have worked hard together to find ways to make the roads and pavements around Woodfall safer for all. They have drawn up a list of suggestions/expectations for all road users, with the hope that everyone will do their best to recognise its importance.

On Monday 15th January 2018 the School Council and the Junior Road Safety Officers asked parents to sign the Charter. A special assembly which involved local police, Councillors and governors of the school was held. The school was delighted with the positive response from parents, who also want their children's safety to be everyone's priority.

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At 20:55 on 6th February 2018, doris commented:
IS it going to take a child to be injured before the parents of some children stop parking on double yellow lines are they so lazy and selfish to walk a short distance it seems to me to be the same ones all the time the police need to sort it out and give them a fine maybe that will stop them
Arvel Arbeloa
At 15:05 on 9th February 2018, Arvel Arbeloa commented:
It hasnt stopped them. Its still the same usual lazy,ignorant suspects.
At 14:42 on 12th February 2018, Dan commented:
Its the same at other schools in the area too. I agree with trying the educational route first - speak to the drivers and give them advice, but thats been done and hasn't worked completely, so its time to send in traffic enforcement officers or whatever they are called now to issue fines. As soon as a few fines are given out the word will soon get around the parents and the fear of getting fined will be a great deterrent.

Its a shame that for a small minority its fear of being fined that has more impact than fear of causing danger to children.

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