there is a scooter/bike stand at the entrance - which seems great so that kids can ride to school and so on.
however, as with many schools, the path and gate into school are reasonably narrow and get bottlenecked and i'm absolutely sick of parents letting their kids ride their scooters up and down it on their way home. presumably these parents either collect the scooter on the way to collect their child who then rides it all the way from the school door, or they let them go up and down amidst the people trying to leave.
i know its a bit trivial, but i really think there is an issue of manners and courtesy and consideration for others at stake here.
toying with a letter to the school, but interested in feedback... try not to be too vitriolic if you think i'm wrong.
We have a similar issue at our school. I think scooters (which my DS1 loves with a passion and constantly pesters me to bring to school) should be kept away from pedestrians as much as possible. I tend to let DS1 use his only in parks or on wide pavements.
However I'm more exercised about the unmentionable twerps who keep parking on the kerbs or in the disabled spots outside the school.
At DS1 school they hav a rule about not riding bikes or scooters in the playground. You can ride it to school but then must push it across the playground. This seems perfectly reasonable to me and maybe something you should suggest to your school