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St Clement's

High School

Transport to School

Information regarding school bus transport can be found on the Norfolk County Council website by clicking the link below:

Norfolk County Council - Home to School Transport

Alternatively you can contact them via telephone:

Norfolk County Council - School transport - 0344 800 8020

New Applications for the School Year

The online application form for students applying for school transport from the September, will be available to complete from early May. This and other information is  available  on  the Norfolk County Council website. Please click on the link below to view:

Norfolk County Council - Applying for School Transport 

Once completed and places confirmed a bus pass will be  issued direct from Norfolk County Council for the following bus routes in Norfolk to Marshland High School:

Bus numbers 1, 8, 3, 4, 7, 60, 10

If you have any issues with the issuing of passes or the bus service then please contact Norfolk County Council not Marshland High School

Transport from Wisbech/Walsoken Wisbech 46 Bus

The Wisbech 46 Bus is a service for students who live in the Wisbech/Walsoken area that are not within the school catchment and as such do not qualify for transport to our school via the local authority. The bus is funded by fares collected from the students using the service on a termly or half termly basis.

Payments for the service are made via parentpay.com  and if you are interested  please contact the school finance office via email to finance@marshlandhigh.co.uk in the first instance as places are limited. Please see the letter below for the terms costs and timetable.

Please click on the link below to view the Autumn Bus Charges:

No 46 Bus Charges and Pick Up Points - Autumn 2020 as at 15.09.2020

 

School Transport Guide September 2020

School transport across Norfolk  will run from September in line  with the guidance published by the Department for Education (DfE) and Public Health England (PHE). 

Norfolk County Council  would like to reassure parents and students that the risk to children from  COVID-19 is low and so from September, Norfolk County Council will go back to transporting students together in larger groups 

All of their transport operators will be working hard to ensure your child is safe when travelling. High touch areas will be wiped down regularly and vehicles will have enhanced cleaning at the end of each day. 

There will be a number of measures put in place in order to help keep everybody travelling safe.

Please share the guidance in the the below leaflet with your child so that they know what to expect when they travel to school.  

Norfolk County Council - Your Guide to Travelling on School Transport in September 2020