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Year 5 and 6 Bikeability
Cyclist Training Ltd will be offering Bikeability cycle training in February to all Year 5 and 6. Year 5 will complete Level 1 and Year 6 Level 2.
This is a national scheme funded by the Department for Transport and provided through Cheshire East Council.
Level 1 takes place in an environment away from cars and traffic, typically on the school playground. There are a number of outcomes to be taught at Level 1 where your child will gain basic cycle skills including, bike safety checks, starting & stopping under control, manoeuvring, signalling and using gears (if fitted) correctly during the 2 hour session.
During Level 2 on-road training (3 hours on both day 1 and 2) children gain a comprehensive knowledge of positioning, signalling, negotiating a variety of junctions and general road safety awareness. The training will commence on quieter roads and then progress to more realistic sites. Bikeability is designed to help our children stay safe whilst riding their bike.
For further information on Bikeability Levels 1, 2 & 3 check out the websites:
www.cyclist-training.co.uk or www.Bikeability.org.uk
Cyclist Training Ltd recommend the use of a cycling helmet but in the event of the child not owning one we would not prevent them from taking part. Parental permission is required if not wearing a helmet.
To take part your child requires;
1. The use of their own or a friend's maintained bike (and helmet).
2. A completed and signed parental consent form returned by 26th January 2015.
3. Suitable outdoor clothing appropriate to weather conditions.
Watch out for letters and information coming out this week.