School Transport

Bus times from Broughton

We are currently confirming bus times with Townlynx and will publish these as soon as possible.

Public Bus

Should pupils be unable to make the school bus on time there is a public bus which runs regularly through Broughton village. This service is the 3A or 3B service to Chester.
You can find more information on the Arriva Bus website. Please click here

Pupils who travel from the Deeside area can reach us using one of the following services:

When boarding the bus pupils should ask for a ticket to Saltney Sandy Lane.

Extra Information

Transport has been arranged at a cost of 80p single or £1.20 return for students who reside in Broughton.

The times of the service coincide with school times and the service is, this year, run by Townlynx. We would emphasise that any student in difficulty at the end of the school day must report to teachers on duty, or failing this, report to the school office.
The school bus will leave Broughton Village Shops in the morning at 7:50am. Pupils should ensure they arrive at the bus stop within plenty of time. Pupils will be collected and returned to Broughton at the end of the school day.

A growing number of students are using the public service buses to travel to and from school. This could lead to potential road safety problems and we ask parents to emphasise and encourage sensible and responsible behaviour from their son/daughter.
Students who travel to school by bicycle can use the bike shed situated opposite the school dining room.

Please note that students bring in bicycles at their own risk: St. David’s High School cannot be held responsible in any way. School transport is arranged by Flintshire County Council.

You can find more information and how to apply for free transport on their website by clicking here