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Thurston Community College

Thurston Community College

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Transport

BusesBuses: Free concessionary transport to and from College is provided by Suffolk County Council for students living in the designated catchment area. For more detailed information please contact County Transport for Schools call centre on 0845 606 6173.

Morning bus journeys:  students must arrive punctually at their picking-up point. Students who miss their bus must make alternative arrangements to attend College and must report to Student Reception for registration upon arrival.  If the designated bus does not arrive within a ‘reasonable’ time students should return home and, if possible, make alternative arrangements to get to College.  By way of a guide, County Transport recommend a student waits 20 minutes before returning home, however each circumstance is unique to the individual child and parents are advised to talk with their child about the right course of action to take if a bus does not arrive at approximately the designated time. 

Afternoon bus journeys:  if, for any reason, a students bus is delayed or students miss their bus, please can they report to Student Reception, where they will be able to contact parents/carers, to advise them of the delay.  The College will ensure students are supervised until the delayed bus has departed.  

In the event of a delayed bus after leaving the College site - please call 0845 606 6173. 

Daily bus routes and timetables

The College provides four late buses on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, all late buses leave Beyton Sixth Form Campus at 16:50 and Thurston Campus at 17:00.  

Late bus routes


Cycles: Students who bring cycles to College must leave them in the cycle racks. They should be padlocked and, where possible, post coded.  In the interests of safety, we highly recommend the use of cycle helmet, lights and reflectors.

Motorcycles and Cars: Students who wish to bring a motorcycle or car to College may apply to their House Leader or Head of Sixth Form.

Students who bring pedal cycles, motor cycles or cars onto the College site do so entirely at their own risk.

Train: Students are required to purchase a ticket on the train from the conductor.  In view of safety whilst waiting for the train and during the train journey, all students must behave in a responsible manner.

Student Arrival / Departure: Parents are advised to use the College rear car park, thus ensuring the safety of all students.