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5 days ago

Go Velo

All of our instructors are now requalified and all hold the Level 2 award in Instructing Cycle Training. If you are a Bikeability provider or an instructor wishing to deliver Bikeability beyond 2024 you have to hold the 1st4sport qualification. Contact us for more information and how to attend the CPD day. ... See MoreSee Less

All of our instructors are now requalified and all hold the Level 2 award in Instructing Cycle Training. If you are a Bikeability provider or an instructor wishing to deliver Bikeability beyond 2024 you have to hold the 1st4sport qualification. Contact us for more information and how to attend the CPD day.

5 days ago

Go Velo

Our instructors are on the Recognised Prior Learning CPD day today. First day delivering this new course. ... See MoreSee Less

Our instructors are on the Recognised Prior Learning CPD day today. First day delivering this new course.

6 days ago

Go Velo

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2 weeks ago

Go Velo

It’s January and we are back rolling already! ... See MoreSee Less

Adaptability: Working with SEND Schools

The instructor was incredibly knowledgeable, patient and understanding of each child's needs and disabilities.

About This Project

At Go Velo, we firmly believe everyone can benefit from cycle training, and we want children of all abilities to have this opportunity. We very much enjoy working with schools that specialise in providing education for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

 

Our team of instructors is experienced in delivering cycle training to all abilities, and we work hard to make our sessions appeal to everyone who wants to be a part of them. Getting everyone involved, so that they feel they are getting something from the experience personally, is our aim.

 

We can adapt our training programmes for different requirements, including working with smaller groups, and offering shorter, more frequent sessions.

 

 

Getting to Know the Individual

 

For SEND children, it’s important to make sure the training works for them and their specific needs.

 

It’s also about recognising that it’s important for them to feel and be part of the wider world they live in.

 

Cycle training can help build their confidence, as well as give them fundamental bike skills. It offers them a practical, helpful way of accessing their surrounding community safely and becoming more active in it.

 

The Go Velo approach is to gain a clear understanding of each child’s individual needs, and to make sure that while training involves groups, it also focuses on the various abilities of everyone within these groups.

 

 

Lasting Benefits

 

The health benefits of inclusive cycle training are not just physical. It can impact positively on wellbeing, as well as helping SEND children develop essential life skills.

 

We think cycle training should leave a lasting legacy, for the children, their parents, and the school.

 

“Their enthusiasm was both contagious and inspiring. Children loved them, parents are grateful and we are all looking forward to the next teaching session.”

 

Cycle Training for Schools from Go Velo

 

For more information about Go Velo’s courses for schools, please fill in our contact form, and we’ll be back in touch as soon as possible.

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