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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I'm sure they're allowed to walk, but the department is saying that there's no need to drive if they live that far because they get free transport.

    http://www.curriculumsupport.educati...el/travel5.htm
    That makes sense - which for a govt dept can be rare.

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    The bus option doesn't work for some parents.

    Our school is 20 to 30 mins drive away. No bases go anywhere need us.

    qld has a conveyancing allowance for parents that drive their kids to school if the live more than a walkable distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    There is clearly an issue when 3 kids have been hit by cars.

    For this reason, we do not allow parents in the car park.

    I'm also pretty sure that in nsw public schools, parents are not allowed to even drive into the car park.
    Im confused, so they have to park on the street? How is that any different though?

    My sons school has a designated staff carpark that parents arent allowed in, and then 2 other parent carparks and then roadside parking. Our carpark is fairly well patrolled by teachers and there doesnt seem to be any major issues like the ones being spoken about.

    A few parents park in the disabled spots for drop off which isnt cool. But no real dangerous stuff that ive noticed.

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    Its like that at my kids' school too. Some parents are idiots.


 

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