School Transport

Buses

Most Wellington College students use school buses to get to and from school. There are special buses for Wellington College students that leave from most suburbs from within the Wellington College zone. After school, these specials can be accessed from the top of the terraces. Outside of the normal timetable, public buses can be used. Behaviour on public transport must be of a high standard. Click here to access the Met Link site.

Driving Permission

Parking Availability
Students are not to park cars on school grounds before 3.30pm.
Regulations concerning use of Motor Bikes, Mopeds and Scooters
  1. All the rules of driving as described in the Road Code are automatically school rules
  2. The speed limit inside the college grounds is 15kph
  3. Bells and horns may not be sounded unnecessarily within college grounds
  4. The College accepts no responsibility for damage caused to vehicles parked in the grounds

Cycling

  1. Cycles must not be ridden in the school grounds.
  2. All cyclists are expected to wear helmets.
  3. During the day, cycles should be chained to the railings next to Room P6.

Driving Tests

Prepare for your driver's license test by practising the road code online. Taking your driving theory test just got a lot easier with New Zealand road code questions available online here so you can practice for your driver's licence. With hundreds of multiple choice questions for car, motorbike and heavy vehicles, getting your learners licence and progressing to your full licence has never been easier.

Defensive Driving Course

Each term we offer a Defensive Driving course in association with A1 Driving School.The course costs approx $155.00 and runs for 8 lunchtime sessions plus a practical session which is booked at your convenience. The price includes the one-hour practical training session for test preparation).Students must hold their restricted licence for at least 6 months and must attend all the sessions in order to get their certificate. 

 

Learner Licence Holders: To maximise the benefits of the course, drivers will need to have had sufficient road experience that they are almost ready to sit your restricted licence test.need access to a vehicle for the homework assignments. All course participants will  need access to a vehicle for the homework assignments.

Bookings for Defensive Driving are made through the Transition Office.