Who for?

Our schools Learn to Ride course (4 x 1 hour lessons) is designed for pupils in Years R-4 (4-9 years old) who cant ride a bike yet (without stabilisers), although it would benefit older pupils too.


Our instructors will visit your school and deliver the course, with lessons taking place on consecutive days or on a weekly basis. The course can be delivered to groups of up to 10 pupils.

Each lesson comprises of progressive activities and fun games to help pupils develop the skills and confidence needed to ride a bike with pedals.

The course(s) can be delivered the course during the school day or as an extracurricular activity.

Our instructors have considerable experience of working in schools. They have first aid qualifications, are fully insured and are registered on the DBS update service.

All pupils will be presented with a Little Riders certificate at the end of the course.

Do children need their own bikes?

We recommend that children learn to ride on their own bike but we can provide bikes and helmets for children who don’t have their own. All pupils will be required to wear a helmet during each lesson.

We can also offer FREE Dr Bike session prior to the course to ensure that children’s bikes are in good working order and safe to use.

Where can the courses be held?

Lessons can be held outdoors on a school playground or similar tarmac area (e.g. car park).

National Curriculum links

The course contribute towards a number of areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 and 2 national curriculum.

  • EYFS 
    • Physical development
    • Personal, social and emotional development
    • Communication and language
    • Understanding the world
  • Key Stage 1 and  2
    • Physical Education (PE)
    • Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)

Schools will be provided with individual rider assessment at the end of each course.


The course costs £400 (per group of 10 pupils)

Funding available

Schools are eligible to use their PE and Sport Premium grant to fund the course as it contributes towards the following key indicators.

  • Key Indicator 1 – The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
  • Key Indicator 4 – Broader experience of a range of sports and physical activities offered to all pupils

Contact Us

If you would like to book a course(s) for your school or have any questions, contact us using the form below.