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Your child may be able to get free transport to school if they live further from their school than the walking distance allowed by law or if you’re on a low income. It will depend on where you live and which school your child goes to.
The county council has determined that with effect from September 2017 the current 'frozen' transport status given to Ashby School will be removed. For more information please CLICK HERE.
For more detailed information on the Leicestershire County Council entitlement policy for school transport please click on the link below:
For some frequently asked questions, CLICK HERE.
We work alongside students, school staff, bus companies and parents to help create and maintain a safe and trouble free environment with regards to the operation of school transport at Ibstock Community College.
We deal with all issues that may arise from and during school transport. This encompasses such issues as anti-social behaviour and bullying, checking of bus passes and the promotion and enforcement of safe travel.
Our aim is to ensure that your child is as safe as possible on the journey to and from school. By providing them with the knowledge of potential dangers and how they are expected to behave we hope to promote a sense of responsibility for their own safety.
Safer Travel have an online reporting form where pupils, parents, school staff, bus drivers and members of the general public can report any concerns with regards to behaviour and safety issues on any of the county’s school buses.