Sustrans works in schools to help hundreds of thousands of young people throughout the UK to travel actively and safely.
Our schools Bike It officers have an enormous impact within a year, through a planned programme of activities providing information, resources and encouragement - and then continue to support the school as it increasingly takes the lead.
This website celebrates and supports the work we do in schools in Peterborough.
Bike It Peterborough resources update!
Please feel free teachers and parents to download and use our resources and feedback to us how useful this has been. Thanks from the Bike It officers, Gemma and Eric
How to run a safe bike shed during a covid school run.
One of the few positive things to happen during lockdown was a massive increase in the number of families getting out and about on their bikes. Covid 19 proved that it is important to be active and with the reduced capacity of public transport it is vital that we get as many people as possible travelling to school actively. We know that schools are having to make difficult decisions about keeping pupils and staff safe and a few have banned cycling over fears of crowding at the bike shed. There are ways around this and Sustrans have produced some guides to give advice on how to incorporate bikes with the "new normal" Click the button below
Sustrans School Streets
Peterborough City Council Travel Choice team with Bike It assisting have been starting a school every week with a School Street closure since September 2020. At present 8 are in operation with the possibility of more schools coming on board in 2022.
If you think this is something your school would be interested in please can I ask you to respond with your expression of interest as soon as possible to Rebecca Presland (Transport Planning Officer): Rebecca.Presland@peterborough.gov.uk
If you are a parent looking for additional resources to keep your children entertained
and active whilst at home, check out #SustransOutsideIn @sustrans:
Sustrans Bike to School Week
September 26th -30th 2022
Details on this years event to follow
Are you ready for a Bike Revolution?
Wouldn't it be great if every school run was like this one? This is why our officers love our adult Micro Scooters.
Space to move
Changing our streets to make it easier for people to walk, wheel and cycle safely during the lockdown and beyond.
Local authorities across the UK are making changes to our streets in response to COVID-19.
These changes are designed to make it easier for people to walk, wheel and cycle safely whilst social distancing during the lockdown and beyond. And we want to hear what you think about them.
Tell us what you think
We’ve created a map which shows the latest street changes across the UK. These changes include temporary cycle lanes, wider footpaths, barriers to close streets to motor traffic, and reduced speed limits.
Search for your area, click on the icon, and fill in a short form to tell us how these changes are working for you.
We’ll collate the information and report back to local authorities where appropriate. And we may use your responses to inform future policy and planning.
A message from primary schools across Cambridgeshire to all those parents who park on the yellow lines outside school.
Cambs County Council Road Safety Video
Don't be a Road Monster Hertfordshire Country Council
Christmas 2021 Bike It Competitions
Nene Valley Primary School wins the virtual active travel race to Lapland!
Peakirk Cum-Glinton Primary School wins this years bike wheel Christmas wreath!
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Schools to Bike It Cambs.
Email us about becoming a Bike It school or for advice
What we do
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