DFE Parent Zone
At Parent Zone, we believe the online world offers enormous opportunities to children and young people. As the experts in digital family life, we know tech also poses huge challenges.
Our purpose is to help children face the digital future with confidence. To feel secure, to be resilient.
And it’s our belief that we can create the best online world for young people – by working with all those who care about our children’s future and those who have the power to change it.
ESNW Cluster - Iveson Primary
West Yorkshire Police Community Page
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Keep Britain Tidy - get involved
Litter Free Leeds
Litter Free Leeds Facebook page
If you think your child may have COVID symptoms click on the link below for help
COVID 19 symptom checker
Government guidance on Coronavirus
NSPCC Be Share Aware
A new scheme launched today by the NSPCC - Straightforward, no-nonsense advice to help parents keep their children safe online.
This is what the law says about parking outside schools in Leeds
According to Highway Code Rule 243, you should not park near a school entrance — as well as anywhere that would prevent access for emergency services, at or near a bus stop, opposite or within 10 metres of a junction, over a dropped kerb, and in front of an entrance to a property.
Yellow zig zag lines
Yellow zig zag lines outside schools indicate the length of road where stopping or waiting is strictly prohibited.
This is a waiting offence and is dealt with by local authority civil enforcement offers either via patrols or CCTV monitored vehicles.
To safeguard children attending schools, zig zag lines should be treated like double yellow lines.
Double yellow lines mean no waiting at any time and there are no excuses for most drivers.