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Staffordshire Pays Respects To HRH Prince Philip (1921 - 2021)

Post-16 transport statement

Academic year 2020 - 2021

We must publish a post-16 travel statement each year. This may be updated or amended over the year. 

This transport policy statement is for:

  • young people aged 16-18 in further education
  • continuing learners aged 19
  • those young people aged 19-24 (inclusive) with learning difficulties and/or disabilities

Read the Post-16 transport statement for 2020 - 2021 (final version 29 May 2020).

Read the Post-16 statement 2021-22

Staffordshire County Council is required to produce and consult each year on the statement of what post 16 education travel support will be available for the coming academic year. Should parents, carers, students or learning providers wish to comment please email transport.consultation@staffordshire.gov.uk by 5pm on Friday 16 April 2021. Please note the offer of assistance is unchanged from the academic year 2020-21 but may change as a result of COVID-19.


Department responsible:
 Families and Communities

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