Police inform us that a demonstration is expected this Friday 20 September 2019.
We foresee possible delays for buses passing around Schuman area.
Buses to the various Garderies will leave the school and try to drive the children to the Garderies.
If some buses are blocked, the drivers will eventually have to bring the children back to school and the parents will be notified as soon as possible.
Thanks for your understanding.
On Friday 12 April 2019, notwithstanding the School's decision to cancel the 9th period for Secondary, please note that there will be two bus departures as usual:
- 1st departure at 15:35 (for MAT, P, S1-S2) and
- 2nd departure at 16:30 (for S3-S5 and the MAT, P pupils who follow an APEEE extracurricular activity).
Therefore, all students are requested to take the bus that they are normally enrolled for (whether it is on the 1st or 2nd departure).
We would like to inform you that, due to the national strike, our transport service may be affected tomorrow.
We are actively working to ensure that our buses will operate normally on all routes, even with replacement drivers. Yet, several bus monitors that rely on public transport to come to work will not be able to provide their services. The strike is also expected to impact on traffic tomorrow.
Parents will be informed by sms as early as possible on any problems that may occur.
Thank you for your understanding.
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