Bikeability

15th March 2018
Six All Saints children are taking part in this year's Bikeability Training. 

Bikeability is the new cycle training for the 21st century, designed to give the next generation of children the skills and confidence to ride their bikes on today’s roads. To get their Bikeability award, children will be instructed on how to ride their bikes to the Government-approved National Standard for Cycle Training, which sets out the training and skills essential for making cycling trips in today’s road conditions. The standard has been developed by over 20 organisations and is maintained by the professional body for cycle training, the Cycle Training Standards Board.

Aaron, Thea, Riley, Alix, Giorgia and Sophie  successfully completed their Level One certificate last week and on Thursday embarked on the first session on of the Level 2 Certificate. Level 2  is training on quiet roads but with real traffic conditions. The second and last session is taking place next week.