Honeywood Primary school is a new school that has only been opened for 2 years from PP-Year 6.
Parents are encouraged to walk their children to school, however one of the entrances into the school involved students and their parents walking up a ramp without a footpath. This was extremely dangerous as this ramp was also used for parents to drive up to access a school car park.
The Principal discussed this safety issue with many representatives from different departments and thankfully the department of education agreed to make improvements.
The improvements included a separate ramp for pedestrians and two concrete paths to make accessing the school easier.
The school newsletter was used to advertise the improvements and remind parents/ guardians about car park rules.
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