Cycle Development North East packages for Schools
CDNE provides professional cycling coaching for schools with fully qualified British Cycling coaches. Our overall plan is to help improve and develop the provision of cycling for the pupils in your school and provide an exit route for riders who want to take things further by highlighting the opportunities available through British Cycling’s Go-Ride programme.
School Cycling Clubs or After School Clubs
British Cycling’s Go-Ride programme provides support to teachers looking to setup cycling clubs in a school environment as these are a great way to get more young people interested in cycling.
In order to register as a Go-Ride School club, they must first have a British Cycling qualified coach or ‘Cycling for Schools’ qualified teacher and be able to deliver cycling activities in a traffic free environment such as a playground or playing fields. The sessions can be run as either an after-school club, or during curriculum PE.
For more information, contact British Cycling direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can help your school get to this level and work with you to make sure the sessions are kept up to date and exciting and linking in with local and regional activity.
The packages we offer at CDNE will include a visit from British Cycling qualified cycling coaches and the delivery of structured coaching sessions followed up by grassroots cycle racing. The packages we offer are designed to provide your school an introduction to cycling with the long-term goal of helping your school to create a sustainable structure within the school.
The programme delivers high quality coaching activities in schools, giving young people a taste of what British Cycling’s Go-Ride programme can offer as we help to introduce pupils to local, effective, child friendly clubs where they can pursue their interests further.
CDNE will provide all of the necessary resources and equipment to ensure that each session runs safely and smoothly.
CDNE cycling packages can help your school by:
- Providing appropriate opportunities for further development and participation for young people
- Contributing towards your school’s adherence to the governments 5 Hour Offer
- Bringing cycling to a wider range of young people
- Help develop talent within the school and provide suitable exit routes