How can Cycling improve the quality of your PE Curriculum?
Cycling games and activities contribute to the learning of basic movement skills such as balance and coordination in young people.
British Cycling offer to support Physical Education in Primary Schools is:
A series of coaching sessions delivered by professional staff, supported by school staff.
A one-day training course for school staff regardless of level of cycling experience.
Resources that provide entry level activities which school staff can deliver.
Certificates and prizes for pupils. Support from local coaches and exit routes into local clubs.
One-day Cycling for Schools coaching course.
Coaching aides including introductory competitions.
Use of bikes and equipment when visited by British Cycling professional coaches.
Promotional materials: electronic and hard copy posters and leaflets.
Links to local entry level Go-Ride Racing events.
Network of British Cycling Go-Ride registered clubs which provide beginners sessions specifically for young people.
British Cycling Staff – head office and regional support.
British Cycling Go-Ride coaches – local support from coaches experienced in working with young people.
British Cycling Go-Ride Racing competitions suitable for the age and ability of beginner cyclists.
Search for your nearest club by your postcode here
Alex Scoular (Regional Development Manager, British Cycling) Tel: 07793 844651
There are 30 opportunities listed on the Physical Activity Directory. To view local opportunities please select your local area.
Check out our Cycling page for more information on Cycling in Cumbria