The 0719 from Wolves goes direct to Sutton and it is then 10 minute walk up the high street pass the police station to BV. Unfortunately there is no direct train back - change at New Street
I have noticed BV children get on in New Street.
The same train stops at Aston, and the half hourly service from Wolves to Walsall stops at Aston. The train from Walsall to Wolves stops at Aston via New Street. I am afraid when I visited Aston it went straight to the bottom of our list -in fact I would have had to seriously consider whether to accept a place if the need arose or my wife would have had to drop off and pick up daily. walking upto the school surrounded by high green metal fencing I wondered if I was visiting the US embassy in the Yemen as opposed to a grammar school. The pack we received had a page on the "safe route" as advised by WM police for your child to move safely from Aston station to the school. This concerned quite a few parents on the day. There is a green bus that runs from the station to school - but what happens when trains are invariably late. I certainly wouldn't want my 11 year old making that journey on his own.
To give some perspective the week after we accepted a place at KEFW two boys were mugged in the alleyway by the side of school, so there is always risk. However, The public transport journey to Aston I felt was a risk I wasn't prepared to accept for my 11 year old.