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When would free travel assistance not be provided?

Question:
When would free travel assistance not be provided?
Answer:

The following are some examples of when free travel assistance is unlikely to be provided-

  • to/from breakfast or before or after school clubs or activities

  • to/from work experience, taster or open days

  • to/from part-time provision off the school site organized by the school e.g. to vocational classes at a college

  • movement between educational establishments/sites

  • to/from temporary addresses

  • to/from child minders, friends or other family members addresses

  • to students on exchange visits – the receiving family are responsible for arranging and paying for any transport required

  • to/from dental, clinical, medical or hospital appointments

  • at a differing time due to detention or after school activities

  • due to parental work or childcare arrangements

  • to/from any site other than the registered main base of the school at which the pupil is registered

  • due to family financial circumstances except where the income assessed criteria are met

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