Free school transport
Normally it is the responsibility of parents to get their children to and from school safely. However, your child may be able to get free transport to school if they meet one of the three criteria set out by West Sussex County Council.
Find out if your child aged 11-16 years is entitled to free school transport and how to apply here.
Paid School Transport
In parts of West Sussex the Council provide coaches, buses, minibuses and taxis for pupils who are entitled to help with transport between home and school. Sometimes there are spare seats on these vehicles which they offer to pupils who do not qualify for assistance. These are called 'concessionary seats'. Please note that:
- There is a charge for these seats
- Concessionary seats are not available on public transport
Click here for further information.
Lost or Stolen Bus Passes
Please click here for information on what to do if you lose your bus pass or have it stolen.
If you have a query regarding School Transport then please contact the School Transport team on 01243 753530 or complete their online enquiry form.
Please find the latest bus routes here.
During the COVID crisis, students are expected to wear a face mask on their bus journey to and from school. Students should ensure that they sit with others within their year group bubble. For details, click here for our COVID update.