Bikeability in schools

BikeRight! run Bikeability sessions in 1000s of schools across the country, training over 20,000 children a year. 

To find out more about Bikeability please take a look at the Bikeability website

Bikeability LEVEL 1:

This course is aimed at Years 3 and 4 as a stand-alone course (funding dependent) or Years 5 and 6 when combined with Level 2. It usually takes place over half a day.

On this course children will learn how to:

  • Prepare themselves for a journey
  • Check the cycle is ready for a journey
  • Set off, pedal, slow down and stop
  • Pedal (including looking behind, cycling one handed, turning and controlling speed)

Bikeability LEVEL 2:

This course is aimed at Years 5 and 6 and above and usually takes place over one day.

On this course children will learn how to:

  • Cycle safely and responsibly
  • Identify and respond to hazards
  • Start and stop on-road journeys
  • Maintain suitable riding positions
  • Share the road with others and communicate with other road users
  • Comply with signals, signs and road markings
  • Manage risk when cycling
  • Negotiate junctions (pass side roads, turn at T junctions, and crossroads and roundabouts if present).

Bikeability LEVEL 3:

This course is aimed at years 7 and above; we can help to book this in a way which works with your timetable.

On this course children will learn how to:

  • Plan a journey
  • Plan to and ride assertively everywhere cycling is permitted
  • Maintain suitable riding positions
  • Cooperate with and respect other road users
  • Pass queuing traffic and use junctions controlled by traffic lights
  • Use cycle infrastructure and multi lane roads 


Bikeability Plus modules and family training

Our Bikeability Plus courses aim to complement and support our core child training. We want to improve skills and confidence with a range of different options aimed at children of all ages and stages.

We offer the modules subject to client, location, demand and where practical. Timings and ratios for all the above courses will follow those directed by The Bikeability Trust delivery guides for the level and course provided.

Bike roadworthiness

Check bikes before sesisons using our hand M-Check form - download here

How to Book

  • For parents/ guardians booking their children onto a course that is taking place at a school, please visit the unique link provided by the school
  • For members of staff booking courses to take place in their schools, please contact us