Campaign Success!

As many of you will recall, last year our pupils, with the support of our local community, raised a petition with the aim of reducing the speed limit to the road outside of our school. With the help of then Councillor, John Hart, pupils in Year 5 and Year 6 visited County Hall and presented the petition at a meeting of the Council. Various surveys and traffic management plans have since been carried out by the Council who have become increasingly aware of the issue of speeding traffic along the road outside our school.
Speeding traffic not only presents a significant risk for our pupils but also for staff (who park along the side of the road) and parents when collecting their children. I would continue to urge our community to drive with due care and attention along the road to the front of our school and continue to encourage other members of our local community to drive with the necessary care.
Following on from our petition last year, continued lobbying and with the support of our new local Councillor, Mr Richard Manchester, I am pleased to inform our school community that plans are now in place to establish a 20mph speed limit along the stretch of road outside of school. This speed limit will operate during drop-off and pick-up times of the school day and will provide significant improvements to the safety and well-being of our school and local community.
Many thanks to Richard, John and our community for your support with our campaign. Further updates will follow when available.


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