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PACT Schools transport map

This page includes information for parents and students including routes, timetables and contact details for our support team.

2023/24 Timetables

Routes Route Name AM Timetable PM Timetable

1

Embankment Gardens View as PDF View as PDF

2

Clapham Junction Station View as PDF View as PDF

3

Brighton Road View as PDF View as PDF

4

Montpelier Road View as PDF View as PDF

5

Foxley lane View as PDF View as PDF

6

Purley View as PDF View as PDF

Late Route Timetables

Routes Route Name PM Timetable

L2

Late Bus 2 View as PDF

L5

Late Bus 5 View as PDF

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct for Pupils who use School Transport

The school wants students to stay safe and travel comfortably. Pupils must agree to the following code of conduct for the benefit of themselves and others. The school and parents (or carers) will be informed if the code is not followed and (under extreme circumstances,) we may have to withdraw your transport service. And your parents/carers will have to make alternative travel arrangements. This code of conduct is based on respect for others, please remember to be polite and courteous. You are representing yourself, your family, and your school.

  1. Bus Pass
  • Carry your bus pass with you when getting the school bus.
  • Ensure that you show your bus pass to the driver. Otherwise, the driver will enter your name manually.
  • Do not use anyone else’s pass or allow another person to use yours. It is your responsibility to look after your own bus pass.
  • If you lose your pass, you can obtain a replacement one by visiting the school reception team.
  1. Bus Stop

 Arrive at the bus stop at least 5 minutes before your bus is due. The bus has a schedule and will not wait if you are late.

  • If a bus is late, be prepared to wait for 15 minutes but no longer. Agree with your parents a plan B if the bus does not arrive or if you fail to catch it.
  • In times of bad weather, please ensure you have an alternative plan for these occasions in case the bus is unable to operate.
  1. Disruption to services

There may be times where you may be assigned a temporary bus stop due to disruptions (e.g., road closures)

In other occasions, (e.g., weather) the service may be unable to operate at all. We will communicate this problem with any alterations with as much notice as possible. Alternative arrangements might not be always possible.

  1. Being safe getting on and off the bus

 Queue sensibly making sure you are on the pavement.

  • Allow passengers to leave the bus before you board.
  • Get on and off the bus respecting other passengers.
  • When crossing the road once you have left the bus, wait for the bus to drive away so that you are visible to other vehicles, and they are able to see you.
  1. On the bus
  • Stay seated once you are on the bus; please wear a seatbelt if provided.
  • Do not disturb the driver unless there is an emergency.
  • Do not stand except when getting in or getting off the bus.
  • Do not use emergency exits or doors unless there is an emergency.
  • Do not eat, drink or smoke (including e-cigarettes) on the bus.
  • Do not leave any waste on the bus
  • Violent behaviour of any kind will not be accepted. Including abusive language, bullying, or throwing objects.
  • Look after the bus. Any damage caused will be liable for the full costs of repair.
  1. In case of an Emergency

If the bus breaks down or is involved in an accident, follow the driver’s instructions.

  1. In case of an offence

 Example of behaviours that are likely to result in criminal investigation.

  • Excessive damage to vehicle, (e.g. graffiti, vandalism.)
  • Possession or use of drugs.
  • Possession or use of offensive weapons (including replicas).
  • Offensive behaviour on driver
  1. Notification

Operators will report any unacceptable behaviour to the school. Parents will be notified of this action.

  1. Updates to the Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct will be updated regularly over the course of a school year.

 

OBSERVER APP GUIDES

For assistance on how to use the Kura app please click here to view our video guides.

Need support? Get in touch

To allow us to respond to you efficiently please contact our teams via the email address below, this will raise a ticket in our resolution system so you can track the progress of your query. We will respond to all queries by the end of the next working day.

Parent App FAQs

[email protected]

020 3880 9040

To allow us to respond to urgent queries quickly, please call during live morning or afternoon service hours only if you need immediate assistance.

Safety

We are dedicated to providing the safest, most reliable home to school transport in the UK and our advanced technology helps us to ensure services run on-time, pupils are transported comfortably and safely and parents are kept informed of the vehicles’ and their child(ren)’s progress.

Our Safeguarding Statement is available to view by clicking here

Data Security

Please follow this link to view our agreement with your school. This outlines how and why we use your data in accordance with GDPR.

Start your journey

For existing parents, students or staff. Shortly prior to service commencement, you will receive a Welcome Email with your secure, unique Link code allowing you to access the app.