How to Travel to Homewood

School Bus Routes June 2024
Students travel to Homewood Sixth Form from an extremely wide area across Kent and East Sussex.

If you are unsure of the best way to travel, please make use of the resources available to help you understand your options and the schemes operated by the local authorities to support travel for students who are 16 and over.


KCC Vacant Seats Scheme

KCC Vacant Seats SchemeIf your child is not eligible for free school transport, you may be able to receive transport assistance through our Vacant Seats Payment Scheme.

If there are empty seats on the vehicles we hire for children who are eligible for free travel, we can offer these seats to other children. This is only available on existing transport, where there is a space and we cannot make any special arrangements to routes or times. There is a fee and seats are offered on a first come, first served basis at the council’s discretion.

KCC 16+ Travel Saver

16+ Travel Saver (Kent)

The KCC 16+ Travel Saver is a bus pass that can save parents and students up to 50% on the cost of bus travel to and from school and college.

You need to apply for your Travel Saver/Travel Saver 16+ or renew your existing one by 1 August to get your pass at the start of term in September.


3i-D (East Sussex)Under 19s can apply for a 3i-D card which gives you proof of ID so you can purchase the Freedom ticket.  The Freedom Ticket offers unlimited travel on nearly every bus* in East Sussex for seven days in a row, including weekends.  The Freedom ticket is £17.50 per week (valid as of 1 September 2019) and is issued on the bus as a paper ticket only.