if you live near to popular school in / near landed estate with narrow roads, then you would appreciate why.
many of the recalcitrant parents are plain horrendous in fetching their kids to school.....stop the car, get out of the car, open the door for the kid to get out of the car, close the door, open the car boot, take out school bag, walk the kid across the road, help put the school bag on the kid, do a farewell hug and kiss, and watch the kid walk into the school out of sight, then walk slowly back to car, start the engine, and move off slowly .....no amount of honking will get these recalcitrant parents to move faster ......meanwhile the tarffic back up to one km away --- it happens every morning along King's Road, Queen's Road & Coronation Road. PV as traffic warden is definitely a critical function - as critical as the principal
I've seen that happen in other schools too. So irritating. It's like only their child matters. Why can't kids sit with their schoolbags all ready to hop out of the car the moment the car arrives at the school?
How about those who must stop their car right in the middle of the porch despite the porch being able to hold at least 3 cars. It's like their kids are not capable of walking the extra few steps to the school. In the meantime, traffic's building up behind them and spilling over on to the main road.