Christleton High School Students Take to the High Roads (Safely!) - Bikeability Level 3 course 25 January 2018
(Posted on 01/02/18)
This January, nationally qualified Bikeability instructors from ‘Cycle Experience’ (@CycleExperience) returned to Christleton High School (@ChristletonHS) to provide another set of Bikeability Level 3 training sessions for students from Years 7 and 8.
The Bikeability Level 3 course teaches students the advanced skills to tackle more challenging roads and traffic situations, including busier streets, queuing traffic, complex junctions and roundabouts.
Despite the typical wintry weather conditions, all students showed great commitment and enthusiasm to take part and learn how to identify and manage all hazardous situations. The instructors commended them on their positive attitude, good preparation and enthusiasm.
Over three weeks a total 78 students completed the course and achieved Level 3 accreditation! This not only means that they have learnt some important safety and confidence-boosting skills, but also that they are now recognised by the school as accredited cyclists who can put their new skills to work and cycle to school in a safe manner.
Steve Kyriacou (Regional Manager – Cycle Experience) added that “all the students were a joy to teach, displaying excellent cycling skills and achieving all Level 3 outcomes – they were a credit to their school and big thanks to everyone involved for their superb assistance!”
Well done & congratulations to all!
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