Police in Wilmslow North are taking steps to tackle dangerous parking in the area during school rush hours.
A project called 'DIPZY' is being run out of Wilmslow Grange Primary School by local Police Community Support Officers Gareth Harding and Rebecca Woolley.
PCSO Gareth Harding of Wilmslow North Neighbourhood Policing Team said: "There have been ongoing problems with parking in the areas surrounding the school which need to be addressed.
"The project will look to target this by engaging directly with both the school and motorists."
'DIPZY' stands for 'Double yellow lines, ins-and-outs, pavements, zigzag lines and yellow lines' .
As part of the project, pupils at the school will be asked to design their own tickets for dangerously parked cars.
The tickets will then be placed on offending vehicles by the PCSOs and the school's road safety officers.
It is hoped that this approach will make motorists think twice before leaving their cars in dangerous positions in the future.