Where home to school transport is provided by private contact buses or taxis, there are sometimes additional spaces available on these vehicles after all free transport has been allocated. We allocate these spaces through our Privilege Pass Scheme.
If your child is not entitled to free school transport, you may be able to apply for a Privilege Pass. This is a concessionary space that may be granted after we have first met the needs of all children who are entitled to free school transport.
Applications for Privilege Passes for session 2021/22 are now open. Our Privilege Pass leaflet has been updated to reflect recent changes in legislation. Please note our criteria for awarding Privilege Passes has also been changed to accommodate this change in legislation.
Applications are usually open between 1 and 31 May, with any applications received after 31 May dealt with on a case by case basis.
All children who travel on council provided school transport are required to adhere to the Pupil Acceptable Standards Statement (PASS). This scheme details the rights and responsibilities of children using the provided services.
Failure to adhere to PASS may result in the withdrawal of entitlement to transport services.
Please read the Privacy Notice before completing the form.
Last updated: Monday, May 10, 2021 9:35 AM