Cycling and Scootering to School

As part of our policy to encourage children to cycle or scoot to school we have a large bike shed and a scooter shed on the playground, which means that they are secure duirng the school day.

Children who cycle to school do so at their own risk and parents should make sure:

  • the bike is road worthy
  • their child is a competent rider
  • wear a cycle helmet
  • walk with their bike or scooter on the school premises

Children of all ages may ride their bike to school if accompanied by a parent.

In Year 5 and Year 6, children may ride independently, as long as they have parental permission and they ride safely and carefully and are very mindful of other road users and pedestrians.

Children are not permitted to ride bikes or scooters on the school grounds inclduing the playgrounds.

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