Welcome to the Parents Section at Foyle College, here you will find information that you may find useful, as well as links to school policies, school calendar as well as updates from the PTA 

Apps That Parents Need To Know

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New Bus Routes January 2018

New Bus Routes To/From New School

 

MORNING BUS ROUTES

 

 

AFTERNOON BUS ROUTES

 

 

The late bus from the school runs as follows:

 

Foyle College Grounds

Crescent Link Retail Park

Knightsbridge

Irish Street (if required)

Glendermott Road

 

 

In addition the following buses may be used from the bus stop opposite the school gate: (approximate times)

 

16:48 145 to Eglinton via Strathfoyle

17:13 2b to Altnagelvin Hospital via Nelson Drive, Sevenoaks & Knightsbridge

17:18 145 to Eglinton via Strathfoyle

17:18 143 to Limavady via Eglinton

 

These buses depart from the bus stop outside the school gate towards Foyle Street:

16:30 144

16:59 2a

17:04 145b

17:09 145a

 

SmartLink fares within the city area

 
 
Child All day travelcard
will remain unchanged at £1.10
 
Child 10 journey SmartLink
Top up will increase to £6.00 (£0.60 per journey)
 
Child Weekly travelcard
will remain unchanged at £5.00
 
Child Monthly travelcard
will remain unchanged at £19.00
 
Initial purchase of SmartLink Card
will remain unchanged at £1.00
 
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In order to streamline procedures across all EA Offices, with effect from September 2018, existing transport assistance for ALL Year 12 pupils will end at 30 June.  Therefore any pupil wishing to return to Year 13, regardless as to whether they remain in the same school or choose to move to a new school, must make a new application for September. 

 

All transport applications must be made on-line through the EA website www.eani.org.uk/transportapp

 

You are encouraged to apply as soon as it has been confirmed that your child / children will be returning to school to ensure passes will be available at the school at the start of term.

 

Little Book of EMA

Education Maintenance Allowance is a weekly allowance of £30 to help 16, 17, 18 and 19year olds with the costs of further education.Payments are made every 2 weeks as long as you continue to meet your school or college’sattendance requirements.
 
There are also 2 performance based bonuses of £100 normally paid out in January and June.Getting EMA won’t affect any benefits you or your family already receive.
 

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