Bus Rules For Students
Students should be polite and respectful to the driver and bus monitor and follow all instructions given by them.
Students should remain seated for the whole journey and not change seats once the journey has started.
Students should wear a seatbelt at all times.
Students must store luggage in an appropriate place so that it will not move significantly when the bus brakes or turns. This will avoid damage to belongings and possible harm to other passengers.
Students should act responsibly and avoid doing anything that might distract the bus driver.
Students should avoid making too much noise by shouting or talking loudly.
Students should be polite to each other, the bus monitor, the driver, pedestrians and other road users.
Students should show respect for other people’s property.
Students should not tamper with or damage any of the fixtures or fittings on the bus.
Students should arrive on time at the bus stop in the morning and go promptly to the bus at the end of the school day.
Students should remember to take all their possessions with them when they leave the bus.
Students should not have any dangerous or distracting toys or other items with them on the bus.
Students should keep the bus clean and tidy and remove all rubbish.
Students should not consume food or drink (other than water) on the bus.
Students travelling on a different bus to normal must register with the bus monitor. If the bus monitor is unsure that the student should be allowed to travel they will check with the Bus Coordinator before the bus leaves.