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Home to School Transport


Please note that Uffculme School does not manage the Home to School Transport agreements. This is done by the Local Authority. It may be that your request for Transport may not be approved by the Local Authority.  If this is the case, you will need to raise your concerns to them through appeal.

Home to School Transport application are now completed online.

Queries, Issues or Complaints

If you have any queries with regard to your child’s transport these should be directed to Travel Assist using either of the following contact methods:

Tel: 0121 303 4955, Option 3 then Option 2


If a bus is late to pick up or drop off your child please contact you transport contractor:

Primary Routes UFP01 - UFP08, All Secondary and Post-16 Routes:

Contact National Express Accessible Transport (NEAT) on 0333 241 2745.

Primary Routes UFP09 - UFP13:

Contract Green Destinations on 0121 553 3369, 07737 024 090 or by WhatsApp on 07534 927837.

Primary Routes UFP04 & UFP05 will be run by Green Destinations on a temporary basis from 16.11.2021.

Post-16 Route UFP02 will be run by Green Destinations on a temporary basis from 22.11.2021.

Please note that if the school is made aware of any delays to transport a text message will be sent to parents/carers.

Transport Updates

Updates from Birmingham City Council regarding transport can be found here.

Message from Birmingham City Council regarding Home to School Transport

Home to School Transport - Changes to NEAT routes

Our provider, National Express Accessible Transport (NEAT) is committed to providing reliable, high quality transport.

After joint discussions about current routes, NEAT has agreed to review their transport provision to various schools. This may result in a change of provider for some routes, which we recognise can create disruption for some families and passengers. Where this is the case any changes will be communicated to the School, Parents and Guardians, in good time with meet and greets arranged.

In the meantime Birmingham City Council and NEAT are working hard to ensure that there are no continued disruptions to the service in order to offer the high quality service that we want to offer all our families.

Please see below the latest communication from Birmingham City Council regarding these changes.