Wyke College buses
Wyke Sixth Form College is the largest A Level provider in Hull and East Riding, offering a broad range of courses to match student interests, ambitions and ability.
Many students choose to come to Wyke as it offers a very different environment from school. The friendly, mature atmosphere gives students freedom, often not found in school sixth forms, an opportunity to develop their independence, making the best of their choices, talents and opportunities.
The facilities at Wyke are second to none, with the recent redevelopment providing a "University Campus" feel to the College. There's an enormous Learning Resource Centre, excellent sports facilities, and a contemporary theatre space accommodating dance, drama and music performances. The Music Department have a high tech recording studio and Media have an editing suite and green room.
Getting to Wyke Sixth Form College couldn't be easier, as there are nineteen bus routes and eight minibus routes to help you get into College and get home again. With extremely reasonable fares and extensive bus routes covering the region and further afield, there are multiple ways to get into College without breaking the bank or breaking into a sweat.
We provide special discounted passes on the East Yorkshire Buses app so you can buy a term or a year's travel to Wyke College in advance. And bursary students may even be eligible for completely free travel. Once accepted onto your course, you'll get information on how to apply for your Wyke College bus pass. Please make sure you visit the Wyke College website to find out whether you need to buy a zone 1 or zone 2 pass - choose the timetable of the service you are getting, then check the stop you will be boarding at. This will tell you which zone to choose. If in doubt, please speak to staff at the college for advice, rather than guessing.
Question: Do I need to wear a face covering to travel on a Wyke College bus? Yes, you will need to wear a face covering on the bus until government guidance changes. The college will keep you informed if anything changes.
Whilst travelling, as well as wearing a face covering, there's some simple, common sense advice that you should follow to keep yourself and others safe:
- Wash or sanitise your hands before and after travelling.
- Stand and sit apart from others, where possible. For example, if there is space, sit on separate rows of seats, and stand apart at the bus stop.
- If you haven't got a bus pass and you pay on the bus, please use contactless if you can, rather than cash.
- If you have any coronavirus symptoms, however mild, please follow government advice, stay at home and do not travel.
You can find out more about what we're doing to keep you safe, including our enhanced cleaning regimes, on our coronavirus update page.