Schools

Bikeability Scotland cycle training is designed to give children the confidence they need to cycle safely on the road. With more families than ever cycling, there has never been a better time to get your pupils outside on their bikes, learning an essential life skill that also promotes your school's environmental credentials. Most Bikeability Scotland training is delivered in schools. The training is usually delivered by either a member of staff at the school or a volunteer (often a parent of one of the pupils).

There are no set year groups in which each level of Bikeability Scotland should be delivered but, as a guide, these are the year groups in which the training often takes place:

  • Level 1 - P5
  • Level 2 - P6
  • Level 3 - P7-S2
Delivery

Delivery

Any school can start to deliver Bikeability Scotland training. Find out the six steps to get your school started.

Cycling Friendly School

Cycling Friendly School

Your school can apply for a Cycling Friendly award including support and advice to help get pupils and staff cycling.