I have received a complaint from a regular user of the P4 bus route, a single-deck route serving many residential areas, about buses regularly being full of school parties on days out and other passengers being unable to find a seat or even board a bus at off peak times. The P4 is a popular journey option for schools wishing to visit the Horniman museum in Forest Hill. Clearly, I fully support schools being able to use TfL transport for such purposes, however, it would seem that schools are not aware of the restrictions on the numbers of children using any one bus at one time - that is, ten. What can TfL do to ensure schools are aware of, and abide by these rules, in order that school parties and other passengers can happily co-exist? This is clearly more of a problem on routes using lower capacity vehicles which serve popular venues.