Nathan Y6: May 2015
Hi, I am Nathan, the male road safety officer and I'm in year 6.
I am writing to ask the parents who park by the pavement outside the school when picking up their children to please park a bit further back from the school. This is because children like me need to see clearly when crossing the road before and after school. I myself have complained to Mrs Cador because I can not see clearly when crossing unless I poke my head out and as you all know that is a big risk.
It would be very helpful if you could do that because you will be making the school a
safer place for every one because we all matter. Thank you.
The voice of our pupils is important — do please listen!
Please refer to the letter Emma Prince and I wrote last week regarding the parking outside School and Pre-School, a paper copy of which was sent to all parents. We need to keep our children safe.
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