Portsmouth Local Offer

For children, young people and their families with a special educational need or disability.

Transport - School and College

Address: Transport - School and College, Portsmouth City Council Civic Offices Guildhall Square Portsmouth, PO1 2EA

 

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Brief description of what services your organisation offers:
The Access and Entitlement team provide support and information to parents/carers and young people about both statutory and discretionary transport to school/college.
 
Where the service is based:
Portsmouth City Council
 
2018/19 Revised Home to School Transport Policy and Post 16 Learners Statement
 
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If you have any feedback or comments on this revised policy, please e-mail them to HTSTransport@portsmouthcc.gov.uk by 21st May 2018.  The final policy will be published by 31st May, 2018.
 
Eligibility Criteria/Appeals Process:
Section 1 - Home to School Transport Assistance Policy including Student Eligibility Grid.

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Section 2 - Post 16 transport statement for learners in Further Education and continued learners with learning difficulties and disabiilities up to 25 years.

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Section 3 - Non statutory assistance under the exceptional circumstances criteria.

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Section 4 - Important information for travel assistance to Schools, Colleges or Learning Providers

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Section 5 - Appeals process.

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Bus Pass Application for Secondary School 2017 - 18

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If a child uses Portsmouth's Home to School Transport Service, and they have a regular escort in their taxi or minibus, they will be provided with a "One page profile".  Parents are asked to complete this form, if they wish to do so.  The information that parents provide helps the regular escort to support the child on their journey to and from school, by informing them of all the things that are special to that child.  Copies of the forms can be found below:

One page profile - younger children

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One page profile - older children

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Quality standards and expected outcomes for children and young people and their families accessing your services:
Home to school and home to college transport will be assessed against set criteria and parents informed of the outcome. 
 
How can this service be accessed?:
This service is accessible to all parents via telephone or email.
 
How and who to make a complaint to:
https://www.portsmouth.gov.uk/ext/the-council/transparency/corporate-complaints-process.aspx
Contact Details:
Access & Entitlement Officer
Portsmouth City Council
Floor 2, Core 2
Civic Offices
Guildhall Square
Portsmouth
PO1 2EA

Email address: Julie.sabiston@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

Tel: 023 9283 4945

 A leaflet on Personal Transport Budgets can be found below

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Guidelines on Adult Social Care Transport for those over the age of 18 can be found at http://www.portsmouthlocaloffer.org/local-offer-search/item/461

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tel: 023 9282 2251

Service Category: Education, Adulthood, Education, Learning and Work, Education Service

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