All registrations need to be made through the online registration website.
Registrations are normally open from May 1 to May 31.
It is always possible to register after these dates; however, please note that while we will do our best to meet your registration request, we can’t garantee that your child will have a seat on a bus and, in any case, only stops already chosen by parents in May will remain available.
In general, there is no vested right for an individual bus stop in one’s neighbourhood. The stop planning is done on a best effort basis
Yes. The invoice will be 65% of a full pass.
Yes – but 100% of full subscription fee will be invoiced. Passes charged at 65% of a full pass are ONLY for buses to the garderie in the afternoon.
No, children registered for Transport are only authorized to use the lines to which stop they are registered.
However, occasional use of a different line (i.e. not regularly, e.g. every week) can be arranged by purchasing a ticket at least 24h prior to the transport. Purchasing a ticket is done on line via the APEEE online resgistration system (3 € for enrolled students / 5 € for students not enrolled in the transport service) and a ticket is obtained if seats are available on the requested bus.
Yes. The children will have to be registered in the two buses they need to use. The second bus registration costs 65% of a full bus pass.
The total costs for all bus lines are calculated and divided over all the parents. Because of the continuous changes in the number of children, this calculation is fairly complex and the total amount cannot be provided in September.
The payment is therefore divided in three instalments. The first and second instalments are based on the previous year’s costs. The third one is based on the actual operating costs. The estimated and later final price will be published on the APEEE website and communicated to the parents by email via the instalments automatically generated by the online registration website. After an audit of the annual account, a balance may be required.
Payment instalments are to be paid after reception of the payment request using the indicated structured communication. The deadlines are: 01/09, 01/12 and 01/03.
This depends on the employer of the parents.
The Institutions are paying the transport costs as from the first year of primary. For the pupils benefiting from the European Institutions and European Schools school allowance, the parents must provide their service number and professional status during enrolment process, via each of the subscription they create on the online registration website. Otherwise, if the “School allowance” part isn’t filled correctly, the transport fee will be invoiced to the parents.
No, there is no discount.
All bus routes are available on our online registration website by clicking here >
Enrolment for APEEE bus transport happen during the month of May. The bus routes are published by the end of August.
Yes, the phone numbers of the bus monitors will be available via our online registration website by the end of august, and will be updated in the course of the school year, in your child’s subscription and on the online timetable. The Transport office usually send an email in case of definitive replacement of a bus monitor.
Yes. Each request needs to be dealt with individually. It is a fairly complex consideration in which the following factors intervene: the safety, the bus size, requests from other parents, travelling durations and bus routes needing to be balanced.
When the request has been accepted, it is necessary to inform everyone: drivers, parents, bus monitor and information on the website need to be changed, bus passes, and monitor lists. A request can be made by e-mail to the Transport Office : email@example.com
Children are taken care of by the bus monitors who bring them from the parking lot to the nursery hall. If there were to be no bus monitor, they will be brought to the nursery hall by the school monitors.
This is a safety issue, students are not allowed on the school grounds until 7:55 am. Bus times are being adjusted to minimize this, however, all buses cannot arrive at the same time as they can’t all fit into the parking lot.
Yes, adjustments are sometimes made, and parents will be informed by email. Definitive updates are visible in your online registration.
No. This would mean having the timetables with the arrival times at the bus stops be different on a daily bases and parents never knowing exactly when their children get home.
The teachers are responsible for taking the nursery children, and P1 as well as P2 children to the buses. Children from P3 to the secondary pupils make their own way to the bus.
Buses don’t wait for children who are possibly late: they must leave on time. Also, if your child needs to be brought to the buses by a teacher and you haven’t made them aware of a change of plan, bus number for said day or pick-up instead of bus, it won’t be the Transport office’s responsibility if your child isn’t on the right bus that day.
In the registration form you should specify whether your child must be fetched by an adult (parent, baby-sitter, etc.) or not. There is also the option to allow a child to leave the bus “only if accompanied by a sibling”.
If you replied “I don’t authorize my child to get off the school bus unaccompanied”, and there is no authorized adult to fetch the child, the supervisor will call the phone number you provided, and if they didn’t manage to reach you, the bus monitor will call the Transport Office and the bus will drive on.
Yes, please refer to the Transport Rules for the disciplinary action.
Several elements have to be considered: routes are planned on the basis of the first registrations received, about 10 stops should be set up on the same bus line, stops should group children of several families, travel time should ideally be limited to maximum one hour in the morning and maximum one hour and a half on the return journey, etc.
For further information, please consult the Transport Rules.
Yes, but this needs to be organized by the parents amongst themselves to designate one.
Basically, traffic. Parents are asked to inform the Transport Office in order to find a solution.
No, there is a 15-minute delay between the end of classes and the closing of the bus doors, allowing students to get to their bus and buses to leave school on time.
Yes, students taking part in an extracurricular activity in 9th period may use the second departure at 4:10 pm if there are seats available.
Please note, however, that the second departure is reserved to secondary students and that the bus stops may not coincide with those of the first departure (3:20 pm).