Cycle Friendly Secondary School
Cycle Friendly Secondary School supports more pupils to enjoy the benefits of cycling and ride their bikes more often.
The grant opportunity of up to £4,000 and is now open to all secondary schools in Scotland who are committed to increasing opportunities for pupils and staff to cycle.
Just a few examples of successfully funded projects include:
- Bike maintenance equipment and training (SCQF qualifications available).
- Bikes where there is a need (usually in areas of deprivation/remote locations with wide catchments).
- Events and promotion.
- Bike recycling
Developing cycle champions among pupils will be a component of successful bids as they develop their project skills and help shape a project relevant to their peers. Cycling Scotland will host a Pupil Cycle Champion shared learning event in November to share best practice and equip teachers and pupils to deliver a successful cycling project.
The closing date of the fund is 4th October 2018.
We encourage you to contact our development officer to discuss potential projects and get more information. Contact email@example.com or 0141 229 5446.
Our Cycle Friendly School Award rewards the parents, teachers and volunteers around Scotland committed to increasing cycling in schools. Schools are supported through each step of the process towards becoming Cycle Friendly, from the initial registration to assessment.
Support comes in the form of a Champions Handbook, including a series of lesson plans, useful templates, funding and guidance from our Development Team.