Traffic Issues

Please can all parents and visitors to the school park politely at all times. Please do not obstruct drives or roads and please be polite to our neighbouring homes.

Also, please remember that at pick up and drop off times the roads around school are very busy. Please take care with your children and hold hands of younger children.

We thank you for your continued support with this matter.


From Sunday 5 January 2020 Greater Manchester buses & trams are changing the way child dayrider tickets are sold. 

Instead of issuing a paper ticket, the ticket will now be loaded on to a Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) igo card.

Which child tickets are affected?

  • Manchester child dayrider

What does this mean?

To continue to buy a dayrider ticket, children will need an igo card.

  • Children aged 5-10 may not hold an igo card, but will need to apply for a igo card to continue to buy this ticket from the bus driver.
  • Children aged 11-16 will already hold an igo card to buy child tickets on the bus.

How can you apply for an igo card?

Visit to download an application form or get a copy of the form from a TfGM Travelshop. 

To make sure children have an igo card in time for January 2020, it is suggested to apply for an igo card by the end of November.

For more information about this change visit their website;

Contact us

Crosslee Primary School

Crosslee Road


Manchester, M9 6TG

0161 795 8493