‘Big Pedal’ (23rd April – 4th May) Update

Thank you to everyone who took part in the ’Big Pedal’ over the last two weeks. It was lovely to see so many children and supporters either cycling or scooting to school. We recorded a total of 444 journeys with Red class achieving 110 of these, therefore winning our class competition – Well done! They have won the golden boot and a healthy treat of their choice. We are still waiting to find out our overall position on the ‘Sustrans Big Pedal’ website and we will inform the children as soon as possible.

‘Big Pedal’ 23rd April – 4th May

Due to the recent success in our ‘Wheelie Wednesdays’ we have decided to take part in the ‘Big Pedal’ initiative. This continues to encourage the children to actively travel to school but only focuses on cycling or scooting. Over the next two weeks we will be counting how many ‘cycles’ and ‘scoots’ each class records and will be comparing them to other schools taking part in the area. Well done to all children who have already started to take part in this event over the past few days.

‘Wheelie Wednesday’ Update

Thank you to everyone who took part in our ‘Wheelie Wednesday’ initiative before Easter. We started with 38% of children travelling actively and finished with 57% achieving our ‘Small Step’ award on the Sustrans Big Shift website. The class with the most journeys was Orange with a grand total of 100 walks, cycles or scoots over the five Wednesdays – Well done! Therefore they have won the golden boot and an afternoon of fun sporting activities.

‘Big Pedal’ 23rd April – 4th May

Due to the recent success in our ‘Wheelie Wednesdays’ we have decided to take part in the ‘Big Pedal’ initiative. This continues to encourage the children to actively travel to school but only focuses on cycling or scooting. Over the next two weeks we will be counting how many ‘cycles’ and ‘scoots’ each class records and will be comparing them to other schools taking part in the area. Again, we hope all children will participate where possible and support their classes.