As of the project completion date, 31st March 2015, 350 I Bike activities have taken place in Kirkcaldy schools, ranging from champion meetings and whole school assemblies to led rides and class puncture repair lessons. This has seen a total of 27891 pupil attendees at the activities during the 3 and a half school years I Bike has taken place so far. I Bike will still be running in schools in Kirkcaldy until the end of the School year, July 2015.
Key highlights of the project include 26 pupils from Pathhead, St Maries and Torbain taking part in a Led Ride to the Pearl Izumi Tour Series. All 40 P5 pupils at Sinclairtown taking part in Playground Cycle Skills. The participation of P7 pupils in the Big Street Survey at Strathallan followed by 21 pupils taking part in a Transition Ride to Balwearie High. 110 children attending a Big Pedal Bike Breakfast at Capshard. A partnership Bike Breakfast with NHS Fife at Pathhead Primary which included free health checks. An assembly presentation and song by a class at Kirkcaldy North. Bikeability Level 1 training with 10 P7 pupils at Dunnikier Primary. The Big Pedal performance from Dysart, who averaged around 40% of their pupils cycling and scooting over 3 days. Wonderful Hi Viz days at Fair Isle and Valley. ‘Fit n Fun’ day with Blazing Saddles at Rosslyn SEN where parents could see adaptive bikes being used with their children. The lunch time bike club growing at St Andrews High thanks to 6 Make your move Kirkcaldy loan bikes.
Schools engaged with
Capshard PS Dunnikier PS
Fair Isle PS Dysart PS
Kirkcaldy North PS Kirkcaldy HS
Kirkcaldy West PS Pathhead PS
Rosslyn SEN Sinclairtown PS
St Andrews HS St Maries PS
Strathallan PS Torbain PS
Key activities to have taken place in I Bike schools
Assemblies, Big Pedal, Big Street Survey, Bike Breakfasts, Bike Maintenance, Bike Maths, Bikeability, Design competition, Dr Bike session, Hi Viz days, Led Rides Mystery Tags / Cycle-to-School days, Playground Cycle Skills, Puncture Repair, Smoothie Bike, Superheroes scheme and Transition Mapping Transition Ride