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Could you please remind all your school leavers that they need to complete a new application if they require transport assistance to their new school in September.
This will be assessed under Worcestershire County Council’s Home to School Transport Policy and applications should be made via the Council’s website: www.worcestershire.gov.uk/SchoolTransportApplication.
It is important that an application is made to this office as soon as possible, or at least before 31st July, to ensure that the request can be assessed and any pass issued in time for the start of the new academic year.
Late applications will still be accepted but MAY NOT be assessed in time for the start of the new academic year.
If a transport application has already been submitted for September there is no need to do so again and we will advise you of the outcome shortly.
For further information and to view the current School Transport Policy, please visit www.worcestershire.gov.uk/SchoolTransport
Education Travel Team
Transport Systems and Policy Officer
Worcestershire County Council
As part of our Careers Information, Advice and Guidance programme, we have been celebrating a range of employment activities that showcase the diverse, exciting and successful career paths taken by women in our community.
Our guest speakers are from a range of professional fields such as: Archaeologist working for the Church of England, Detective Sergeant in West Mercia Police, Business Leader of Dance and Performing Arts, BBC Broadcast Engineer, Vice Principal from NEW College, and Worcestershire Apprentice of the Year who works in engineering at QinetiQ.
Our Year 7 pupils have been treated to a day of engaging talks and activities to inform and inspire them into discovering the varied potential employment opportunities available to them.