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Narborough Primary Academy

Travel To & From School

We appreciate that there are many different ways of travelling to and from school. Here is some information to support you in making the best and most convenient choice for you and your family.

On Foot: By far the best and healthiest way to get to school if you can! 

By Bike: We encourage children to walk or cycle to school whenever possible.  We have an open cycle rack outside the office where you can leave your bikes/scooters.  Please remember to wear a helmet and don’t forget your bike lock! We offer off road cycle training for all pupils in Key Stage 2 and on road cycle training for pupils in years 5 & 6 who are nine years old or over.  

By Car:  The road outside our school gets very busy at the beginning and end of the school day. There are a limited number of parking places along the roadside and we do ask that you consider your child's and other children’s safety at all times when driving to school. Please also be sensitive to our neighbours and don’t block any access points to their property.

By Bus/taxi: Norfolk County Council must provide free transport for children of school age (5-11 year olds) from Pentney, West Bilney, Barton Bendish and Beachamwell providing they meet certain criteria (please see below).

Free Transport

School transport is provided by Norfolk County Council and not the school.  Norfolk County Council has a school transport page with all the information needed on services offered, whether you are eligible, and all the paperwork that needs to be completed:  NCC Home to School Transport

A copy of Norfolk County Council's school transport policy is attached below.

Any queries regarding transport should be directed to The Passenger Transport Unit on 0344 800 8020.