New for September 2017 with bookings taken from 15th May 2017.
Oxford High School has been working with a group of local independent schools for the last 2.5 years to address the challenges faced by parents when transporting children to school in Oxford. As a group of schools, we share many families between us and are very aware of the impact of ongoing and severe traffic congestion. The obvious solution was to work collaboratively to provide parents with a reliable, safe means of transporting your children to school. We are now delighted to announce that a network of nine routes around the county will operate from September 2017 serving all five schools.
The Oxford Schools Bus Partnership (OSBP) is a partnership comprising d’Overbroeck’s, Headington School, Magdalen College School, Oxford High School and Rye St Antony. Together, we have formed a partnership to work together to achieve the best transport solution for parents in terms of high standards of safety for the children on board, reliability of service and financial stability and a greener transportation option.
Our nine routes stretch across all four corners of the county, from Henley and Reading in the south to Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton in the north.
To book your child’s seat, decide which of the nine routes serves your location best. Then email our Transport Coordinator on email@example.com to book your seat. Booking is open from Monday 15th May 2017 onwards and we will soon have a dedicated website live at www.osbp.net.