There is a range of options for getting to Comberton Village College and Sixth Form and each has its own unique challenges and benefits.
The majority of students in Years 7-11 living in Comberton's catchment villages will get free bus transport will be provided by Cambridgeshire County Council if they are more than three miles from the college. Any queries about your child's pass or if it doesn't automatically arrive during the summer holidays should be directed to the council at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 0345 045 5208. Lost passes must be replaced at a cost of £8.50 and this can be done online by clicking here A temporary pass can be obtained for a fortnight while the new one is being processed.
Students living in other villages may be able to buy a seat on the network of buses contracted by Comberton Sixth Form or travel to school using public transport. These passes are paid for each term and should be collected by students in Years 7-11 from reception once the fare has been paid. Lost passes must be replaced at a cost of £2 which should be taken to Mrs Mayfield in the general office.
Students attending Comberton Sixth Form will have to organise and, where applicable, pay for transport in the majority of cases. Only students from low income families will qualify for subsidised travel. To see if you qualify, please click here For further information on the services available please visit our Sixth Form website by clicking here.
For further information, bus company contact details and the latest timetables please click on the relevant document on the side of this page.