Sandy Upper School is located on Engayne Avenue on the north side of Sandy.
| Post 16 Subsidised Transport 2012/13
Once a student reaches the age of 16 and completes year 11 at school there is no statutory entitlement to home to college or school transport. In order to support young people to access education or work based learning beyond the age of 16, Central Bedfordshire Council provides a scheme that, in certain circumstances, enables students to travel at a free or subsidised rate.
Full details of the central bedfordshire Post 16 Transport Policy can be found at the bottom of this page.
Ways to travel to Sandy Upper School
Free school buses are provided for years 9 to 11 from many of the local towns. Full schedules are provided below.
Many public buses come through Sandy and a busy public bus stop is located just outside the school grounds. – you can find more detailed route and stop information online at the local bus operator’s website.
Mature, responsible behaviour is expected from students when travelling on buses. Smoking, in School or on buses, is prohibited. In cases of bad behaviour or smoking when travelling to and from School, students will have the privilege of travelling on these buses suspended or even withdrawn.
Below to can find the current bus timetables and documents for 2012-2013.
- F02 - Blunham, Moggerhanger, Beeston, Tempsford
- F03 - Sutton, Westlingworth, Cockayne Hatley, Everton
- F16 - Potton
- F35 - Northill
- G05 - Staploe, Wyboston, Roxton
- G06 - Great Barford
The main school car park is located outside the front of the school with parking for both staff and students.
Footpaths are located from all areas of Sandy to the School. The school is located next to parks and new housing developments.
Good for the environment, good for you – Sandy has a network of cycle paths and designated cycle lanes, and we also provide safe and secure under cover cycle racks to store your bike.
The school is a 25min walk from the Sandy train station and has direct public bus routes between the 2 locations. The next town on the train line from Sandy is St Neots to the North, and Biggleswade to the south.