Parents blast 'ridiculous' decision to get rid of Kenilworth school's crossing patrol

Parents of pupils at a Kenilworth primary school have blasted a county council decision to get rid of the school’s crossing patrol, branding it ‘ridiculous’ and ‘terrible’. In a newsletter published on Friday January 26, headmaster of St John’s Primary School Darren Barrow revealed the school’s crossing was going to be scrapped after a site visit from Warwickshire County Council.
He said the decision was ‘very disappointing’ and could ‘severely compromise’ pupils’ safety.
After seeing the newsletter, Kenilworth parents Stuart and Kim Gardiner, of Roseland Road, felt compelled to take... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Regional West, Views: 20
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