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Catholic pupils who were already on roll in the academic year 2011-2012 and in receipt of free school transport will continue to be eligible for the remainder of their time here up to and including Year 11.
|DD01 Kings Drive, Kellaway Avenue, Golden Hill, Wellington Hill, Westbury Village
DD02 Southmead Road, Doncaster Road, Greystoke Avenue
DD03 Eastgate, Muller Road, Horfield Common, Lake Road
DD04 Gloucester Road, Monks Park Avenue and Charlton Road
Parents should check their eligibility for free transport by telephoning Sonya Challis on 0117 9037671 at Bristol City Council.
First Bus Public Bus Services operate from Broadmead, Clifton, Stoke Bishop, Shirehampton, Avonmouth, Henbury and Cribbs Causeway. They also run a number 18 bus from Emerson’s Green. This route includes Downend, Frenchay, the UWE Campus, Bristol Parkway Station, Little Stoke, Southmead Hospital, Westbury Village, Coombe Dingle, Shirehampton, Southmead and Westbury-on-Trym.
Transport arrangements have been put in place in consort with North Somerset Council, which parents are required to fund.
A charitable trust ‘The Blessed Edward Powell Transport Trust’ has been set up and may be able to offer assistance with home to school transport costs.
Three coaches operate covering Clevedon, Nailsea, Portishead and Weston-Super-Mare. Parents who have any queries about these arrangements should contact Mrs Mason on 0117 3772200.
Parents should check their eligibility for free transport by telephoning the Home to School Transport Team on 01934634715 at North Somerset District Council.
Families in receipt of free school meals, Income Support or the highest level of Working Tax Credits will continue to be exempted from payment. Proof of this is required by South Gloucestershire Council.
In liaison with South Gloucestershire Council the College has put in place transport arrangements which parents will be required to fund.
Three coach routes currently operate:
Parents should check their eligibility for free transport by telephoning South Gloucestershire Council contact centre – 01454 868008.
In whichever Authority you live, it is important that you complete the relevant transport forms and make your application as soon as an offer of a place has been made by Governors.
Detailed route schedules and further information may be obtained by contacting the College.
This information was correct on going to print (September 2015).