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The London boroughs have responsibilities in respect of home to school children's transport, and for disabled and vulnerable adults. Transport for London issues free transport for children, and this includes all journeys within London to enable them to get schools.

Special educational needs children are often assigned places in special schools: often, where the distance to school exceeds 2 miles if under eight years old or over 3 miles if greater than that age, it becomes necessary for the local authority to make separate arrangements to get children to school.

The links you will find on this page relate particularly to special educational needs policies and to transport arrangements relating to these. Adult transport where they are supported due to their disability or vulnerability are also referred to in documents here.

As with all documents on the site, they are provided for information and convenience only and you should exercise your own judgement as to their worth. You should separately check to determine if the document is current.  Thanks are due to the boroughs and organisations that produced them.

Barnet_home-school-college-transport-policy  

Barnet_sen-transport-policy

Bromley_SEN_Booklet_-_PDF_version__2011_

Croydon_Home-to-school_travel_policy

Croydon_hstpolicy

dabd-independent-travel-training-programme

DSutton_SEN_transport_policy

Enfield_transport_policy_june__2010

Hillingdon_Contract_with_Parents___Local_Authority_for_Home_to_School_Travel

Hillingdon_Home_to_School_Transport_for_Pupils_with_Special_Educational_Needs

Hillingdon_SEN_Transport_Policy

Hounslow_sen_-_the_parents_guide

Kingston_Atkins_survey_results_2009-3

Kingston_Atkins_updated_code_of_conduct

Kingston_new_parent_guidance_wo_faqs_-_april_2007___medical_info_v2

Kingston_new_sen_faqs_-_april_2007

Kingston_new_sen_transport_policy_2007_v1.2

Redbridge Draft Home to School Transport Policy 2010

Richmond_SEN_transport_commitment

WalthamForest_hometoschool-travelpolicy