Students are entitled to a free school bus card according to the Norwegian law (Opplæringsloven §7-1 and Friskoleloven §3-7).
Students in grade 1 who live further than 2km from school are entitled to a free bus card and 4km for students from grade 2 and up. An application form can be found here for the English version and here for Norwegian version. If your child lives in two different homes, this form needs to be filled out and submitted as well.
You can check the bus timetable and the bus stops here.
Students with a disability, temporary injury or sickness can apply for other means of transportation if necessary. Parents can send a request to the school with a medical certificate and the school will forward it to Sør Trøndelag Fylkeskommune who will make the decision.
More information regarding school transportation can be found here.
How t:kort skole (bus card) works
The school card is a personal card with name and date of birth. The school card contains a computer chip where information about your travel rights is stored. Be careful with your school card and do not make holes in it or subject it to any other rough treatment.
The school card can be used all the years you have been granted a school transport.
The school card contains two valid trips per day. The total number of trips in the school card is individual and follows the right that each student has for school transport. For full school transport right, there are two trips per day in the 190 days of the school year. The school card can be used throughout the year, but will run out of travel if used more than the right indicates.
The school card only applies to the distance to and from the school.
The school card for the primary school is valid every weekday according to the school calendar.
The school card must not be used outside a valid area or time period. It is then considered misuse and the name and address are noted. In case of misuse, AtB will send information about the incident to the parents. In case of repeated misuse, a fee will be issued.