WCCS provides a car park for the use of parents and visitors at the front of the school. There are designated walkways for the students to use to reach their classrooms. In order to ensure safety, staff direct traffic within this area in the afternoons. Children who go to car lines to wait for their parents are supervised by teachers until 3:30 pm. At this time, any students who are still waiting are taken to the front office where parents can collect their children. Senior High School students who have provisional drivers’ licenses may drive to and from school after registering their details with the school. Parking spaces are available for senior students.
The School Opal card
Students completing primary and secondary studies may be eligible for a School Opal card. This information can be found at http://www.interlinebus.com.au/schoolfreetravel.html.
Application for 2016 School Opal cards and SSTS passes starts from Monday 2nd November 2015. To apply for an Opal card click here to fill out the application form. Once the application form is completed, print it off, sign and date it and submit it to our enrolment office.
William Carey is serviced by approximately fifteen different bus routes, which bring students right into the school grounds. Most of these services are dedicated school services that are provided by public bus companies. When travelling on public transport, students are expected to adhere to a code of conduct. Inappropriate behaviour can result in disciplinary action, which may include withdrawal of bus or train passes.
Wattle Grove Area:
WCCS has arranged for a private bus charter (Transit Scenic Tours) to provide a service to this area. Please note that there is a separate transport cost payable for using this bus. You will be billed each term by the school if you request to use this company. Click here to view the bus route and, if you are interested, download an application form and return it to the school enrolments office. This service passes through parts of Moorebank, Georges Fair, Hammondville and Wattle Grove.
Click on the routes to see their map.
MORNING BUSES – Departure Points
Transit System Buses
AFTERNOON BUSES – Destinations
Transit Systems Buses
Students who need to use the rail system are able to connect with school bus services that pickup and drop off at various railway stations, including Campbelltown, Glenfield and Liverpool.