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School Buses

Free bus transport is provided by Queensland Transport to all pupils who live more than 3.2 km from our school. 
 
Two buses service the areas surrounding our school.  The bus which travels from Bli Bli to our school departs from our school at approximately 3:15pm, whilst the bus which comes from Coolum to our school departs from our school at approximately 3:30pm.  School Staff are assigned to supervise children waiting for the bus after school.
For further details please contact Buslink on (07) 5476 6622.  Buslink will help you with bus times, pick up / drop off points and the issue of bus passes. 
 
All students who travel on buses are expected to manage their own behaviour at all times.  Disrupting the driver can have very serious safety consequences.
 
Queensland Transport has implemented a Code of Conduct which clearly outlines the expected behaviours and also details consequences for students who fail to mage their own behaviour and consequently endanger the lives of other passengers.
 
These consequences include not permitting the student to travel on the bus for a period of time, the permanent refusal of travel privileges, civil court action and/or police prosecution.
 

Parents of children who are experiencing inappropriate behaviour of another student should contact the school bus driver immediately.  The bus driver is then obliged to implement the Code of Conduct. 

Should this not address the situation, then parents should contact Queensland Transport directly on (07) 5477 8400.

More information on School Bus services, please visit the following Queensland Transport website:
 
http://www.transport.qld.gov.au/resources

School Crossing

We have a supervised school crossing outside the school and Crossing supervisors are on daily duty:
 Mornings  7.50am to 9.00am
 Afternoons 3.00pm to 3.30 pm.
 
Parents are asked to encourage students to use the crossing at all times. 
Cars are not to be parked in the "No Standing" zones as they obstruct the view of the crossing and endanger children’s’ lives.