Eligible children living within the catchment area for Perins School will receive free transport to and from school through Hampshire County Council.
You can visit Hampshire County Council’s School Catchment Area Finder to check if your postcode is in catchment.
You will need to apply for transport soon after your child has been offered a place at Perins (the deadline for applications to Hampshire County Council for the 2022-23 school year is 24th June 2022).
To apply for transport and for further details on eligibility, routes and replacement bus passes please visit the School Transport Website or telephone 01962 845327.
There are several bus operators that transport out-of-catchment students who attend Perins School. As prices change annually please contact the operator for more information.
Alton The number 64 Stagecoach public bus serves Alton.
Basingstoke Mortons Travel operates private hire buses for Perins students from and to Basingstoke and the surrounding area. This is a private arrangement between Mortons and parents where payment is made directly to the company.
Please email Jayne Jackson Jayne.firstname.lastname@example.org soon after your child has been offered a place at Perins, with the students name and address and a parent’s mobile number. There is no obligation to the place until the first payment is due. For in-year transfers, places on the service will be subject to availability.
Petersfield (via West Meon and East Meon) The number 67 Stagecoach public bus serves Petersfield, going via West Meon and East Meon.
Winchester The number 64 and 67 Stagecoach public buses serve Winchester.
Some students use the public bus service for out of normal school hours transport home. Mortons also operates a late bus for students who already use its school buses to and from Alresford, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. If your child wishes to use this late bus service, please book directly through Mortons.
Please note, there is no free late service for students who live in the catchment area, but they may be able to pay to use some of the late services provided by the public bus companies that serve the out-of-catchment students.