The situation isn’t much better in Trafford.
Gemma Maria Higham said her driveway is regularly blocked by parents dropping off children at The Firs Primary School in Sale.
She said: “Literally every day parents block driveways, block line of sight on corners and park on double yellow lines.
“They also get into arguments with community support officers. Our driveway can be blocked for up to 45 minutes.
“We once had an emergency appointment which we missed as we couldn’t get off our drive for over one and a half hours, as it was parents evening at the school.
“It’s been going on since we bought the house in June 2015.”
The issue is also bad outside St Hilda’s Primary School in Firswood, Stretford.
Headteacher Anne Homer, said the school has issued leaflets to parents discouraging them from parking on the road outside the school. The council are planning to put yellow lines on the road outside, however parents still park on the yellow lines already on the road behind the school.
Mrs Homer said: “We are very concerned about the potential risk to our pupils and any other road users out there.”
St. Johns Vianney schools is opposite St. Hildas, and the traffic issues have a knock on effect for both schools, she said.
Another member of the public sent in pictures of problem parking outside St Teresa’s Primary School in Firswood.
The schools is at the bottom of a cul-de-sac, and parents often block the end of the road, she said.
She told the M.E.N there were ‘shocking problems with irresponsible parents.’