SCHOOL COACH HIRE
We offer special discounted prices for school trips during the school day (09.30 : 15.30), GET A QUICK QUOTE NOW> or call our specialist, Mark on 01548 853081, alternatively email him on firstname.lastname@example.org . He will return quotes to you very quickly.
Our award winning coach holidays team can arrange longer school trips using their purchasing power for great discounts on accommodation and entrance fees. We hold specialist "tour insurance" liability cover and are fully bonded (to protect your money) with the BCH group.
YES! we have modern 74 seat school coaches, these are a great and economic way to travel.
ASK FOR AN ONLINE QUOTE. WE SET UP YOUR SCHOOL ACCOUNT AND THEN YOU CAN LOG INTO OUR SYSTEMS, MANAGE YOUR BOOKINGS, GET QUOTES, TRACK YOUR COACHES DURING TRIPS AND CHECK YOUR INVOICES. ALL FREE OF CHARGE!!
DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL SCHOOL SERVICES
We operate school bus routes under contracts which are awarded by Devon County Council (DCC). DCC are responsible for issuing bus passes and for authorising the number of passengers on each bus, we are not allowed to carry pupils who do not have a valid pass.
To find out all about school transport provided by Devon County Council follow this link:
or you can contact the DCC transport office by telephone on 01392 383483
There is a code of conduct for school pupils published by DCC which you can copy by following this link
The Government have indicated that, from 15th of June, the use of face coverings on public transport (i.e. trains, planes, ferries, trams, buses and coaches) will be mandatory, as these are enclosed spaces where you are unable to socially distance from individuals you would not normally come into contact with. Safer travel guidance for children and young people on public transport can be found here. This requirement has not been explicitly extended to school transport and we are awaiting further national guidance. School transport services differ to public transport services as they have measures in place to reduce risk including regular cleaning and ensuring social distancing between children. Furthermore, children under 3 years old are not recommended to wear face coverings. In addition, some children may not be able to wear a face covering. For example, children with breathing difficulties or children whose disabilities make it difficult for them to wear a face covering. Our position in the absence of national guidance, is that if school transport services have measures in place to reduce risk through social distancing and hygiene/cleaning arrangements then face coverings are not required unless the child (aged 3 years and above) or young person wants to wear one and they are able to do so safely.