Scooter Skills

What is Scooter Skills?

Scooter Skills’ is training scheme that was developed for schools to train pupils how to scoot safely. By training pupils to scoot properly it will encourage them to scoot to school, be fit and healthy, and in turn help to reduce the amount of car use on the school journey.

Training Packs:

There are two Scooter Skills packs to choose from depending on how the school would like to run the training. Both courses could be run during school time or as an after school activity.

  • ‘Brief Scooter Skills’ is a single one hour session which involves pupils rotating around different workshops, ending in a fun games session.
  • ‘Scooter Skills Levels’ involves three individual sessions.

These documents are available to download, there are also certificates available to print off and present to pupils.

Schools could consider developing a ‘scooter policy’ or getting pupils to sign a ‘scooter code of conduct’ to help get pupils and parents to agree to scoot safely and considerately.

Take part in the Scooter Skills Challenge

Each term your school could win a Scooterpod by taking part in the Scooter Skills Challenge. All they need to do is organise scooter skills courses, for as many children as possible, to teach them about scooting safely and considerately.

This can be during PE lessons, at lunch time, after school or part of a Road Safety afternoon.

When the course has been delivered you will need to complete and return the Course Delivery Information form. When we receive this form we will send you a special Scooter Skills sticker for every child that took part.

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