Important Information

important information

Here you’ll find important information about our term dates, bus services, booklists, publications and policies.

TERM DATES


SCHOOL MAP


Private Bus Services


Peninsula Grammar supports a variety of private bus routes to transport students to and from our school through the Ventura Bus Company.

Private (charter) bus routes for our students include:

  • Portsea – covering the southern Peninsula
  • Flinders – via Shoreham, Merricks, Balnarring, Bittern and Tuerong
  • Red Hill – starting in Fingal via Main Ridge, Red Hill, Merricks North, Mornington East
  • Seaford – via Patterson Lakes, Carrum Downs and Somerville (Toorak College
    shared bus route)
  • Safety Beach – Toorak College shared bus route.

Morning Bus Routes

Afternoon Bus Routes

We offer two options for students using the private bus services:

  1. Per term fee – entitles the student to travel to and from school every school day during a term, fees will vary depending on the bus route
  2. Casual fee – a pay-as-you-go system where each trip is charged at $9.45 per trip, including GST, to your child’s school account.

2021 Timetables and Charges

If you would like to organise a permanent bus booking for your child, please email: buses@pgs.vic.edu.au

Private & Public Bus Routes

Public Bus Services


Public Transport Victoria’s (PTV) bus services are also available to Peninsula Grammar students.

These public bus routes operate from Mt Martha, Frankston South and from the Frankston train station. Students require a MYKI card to access these public bus routes that run by Peninsula Grammar.

For students who meet the criteria, the transport conveyance allowance may also be available for additional financial support. If you believe you may be eligible, please email: buses@pgs.vic.edu.au for further assistance.

POLICIES


CHILD PROTECTION POLICIES

Peninsula Grammar has zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to the protection of all children from all forms of child abuse.

Child abuse includes sexual offences, grooming, physical violence, serious emotional or physical harm, serious neglect and a child’s exposure to family violence.

Our Child Protection Program is made up of work systems, practices, policies and procedures designed to maintain a child safe environment and to embed an organisational culture of child safety within the School community. The Program deals specifically with the Victorian Child Safe Standards and related child protection law.

 

BOOKLISTS FOR 2022


Students in Years 5 – 12 can now order their books and stationery for 2022 on the Campion Education website here.

 

View the 2022 Booklists for each year level below:

 

PUBLICATIONS