Students Show Their Bikeability

Instructors from Cycle Experience took a group of Year 7 students from Sir John Talbot’s School out on the road for their Level 3 Bikeability this week. The national scheme, which has replaced Cycling Proficiency, teaches young people how to ride safely, ensuring they understand the rules of the road and are able to ride competently in traffic.

Level 3 is the final level of Bikeability. All student involved have now completed the course, which aims to ensure that children aged 10 and over are competent and safe when cycling on the road. It allows those taking part to gain extra confidence for all kinds of cycling, giving them the skills and control to make independent journeys, even on busier roads.

Cycle Experience promote safe and enjoyable cycling to younger individuals, something they see as great fun and good for both riders and the environment; as an organisation, they are there to help youngsters make the most of it.

The SJT students thoroughly enjoyed their time on the road, learning more about the Highway Code and relishing some well-earned exercise and fresh air; they now feel far more excited and more confident about making future journeys on their own.

Posted by marchesadmin on 26th April 2016, under Uncategorized


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