The Gyandeep Global School’s Transportation Department provides the mandatory information to acquaint the parents as well as the students with the local District policies and procedures related to school bus routes and bus stops. 

Our primary goal is the safe transportation of students to and from school. Transportation services must also be efficient and cost effective. It is also important that parents and/or guardians assume the responsibility of safety at bus stops, including getting children to and from bus  


Our School buses offers comfort in fully AC environment and safety features, stylish looks and peace beyond what you have been used to and it turns your daily commute into delightful rides to look forward to, everyday. 


Our School Van make every ride smooth and enjoyable. To transport children to and from school in absolute comfort. Its spacious and airy interiors ensure that students enjoy a truly comfortable ride all the way. 




  1. Make sure you always drop off and pick up your child at the designated bus stop – not across the street. Children can sometimes get excited to see you after school and dart across the road without looking.
  2. Be sure someone responsible walks with your child and waits with them at the bus stop. It is not safe for a single child to wait alone for the bus, and it is easier for drivers to see more than one person.
  3. Before you leave the house, put everything that your child will need into their backpack so they won’t drop items along the way. Make sure all loose straps, drawstrings, etc. are secured so they won’t get caught in the hand rail or door of the bus as they are entering or exiting.
  4. If possible, dress your child in bright, contrasting colors so drivers can easily see them. Take extra precaution when they are waiting at the bus stop in the dark. In cold weather, dress your child in a warm hat instead of having them wear a hood. Hoods can make it more difficult for them to hear and see traffic as they are crossing the street.
  5. Make sure your child leaves for the bus stop at a reasonable time to avoid rushing or running.
  6. Show your child how to safely walk to the bus stop. Always walk on the sidewalk when possible, stay out of the street. If you must walk in the road, walk as close to the side of the road as possible, and always walk facing oncoming traffic.



  1. Walk, don’t run to your bus stop.
  2. Get to your bus stop five minutes early. And never chase or approach the bus while it’s moving.
  3. Don’t play around at the bus stop. Pay attention to your surroundings. Listening to music or playing video games can distract you from watching for traffic.
  4. Stay out of the street while waiting for the bus.
  5. Stay at least 10 giant steps from a moving school bus, so the bus driver can see you.
  6. Wait for the bus to stop completely before you move toward it to get on.
  7. Look both ways before crossing the street.
  8. Get in a single file line to board the bus. No pushing.
  9. Stay away from the bus wheels at all times. The driver cannot see you there.



  1. Use the handrail to get on and off the bus. Falling is no fun.
  2. When you enter the bus, find your seat and quickly sit down.
  3. Always obey and respect your bus driver. Remember, they’re responsible for keeping you safe.
  4. Don’t leave books, trash, homework or your little brother in the aisle.
  5. Keep your hands, arms and head inside the bus.
  6. Don’t touch the emergency door or windows.
  7. If you see someone being bullied, immediately let your driver or teacher know. Buses are NO-BULLY ZONES.
  8. Stay in your seat until the bus comes to a complete stop. That means don’t stand up.
  9. Always get off the bus at your stop, never at a different stop.


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