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Rye St Antony is delighted to be part of the Oxford Schools Bus Partnership (OSBP).
We worked together with d’Overbroecks, Headington School, Magdalen College School and Oxford High School to found the OSBP which is designed to overcome the challenges faced by many families when transporting children to school in Oxford. After taking into account the extensive feedback from the parent survey of 2016 which indicated that the primary motivating factors for choosing a bus service were safety, efficiency and reliability, we are now delighted to announce that a network of nine routes around the county will operate from September 2017 onwards and serving all five schools.
To book your child’s seat, decide which of the nine routes serves your location best. Then email our Transport Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your seat. Booking is now open and we also have a dedicated website www.osbp.net with further information and travel updates. The fares are zonal and divided between the three terms of the academic year with AM and PM options. As is standard for other independent school transport networks, charges will be made via your termly school bill.