Learning Resources


A toolbox full of exciting, curriculum linked resources for EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Downloadable teacher guides, prompts and pupil resources suitable for starter activities, consolidation of learning or to support full lessons providing high quality learning opportunities for all. Curriculum links include English, science, geography, maths, art, knowledge and understanding of the world and much more.

Bikeability learning resources at a glance

The table below provides an overview of ALL the Bikeability learning resources. It includes the curriculum area, title, and short summary of each resource for EYFS, KS1 and KS2. The resources have also been developed to support key themes/focus areas, as shown in the left column, one for each key stage. These themes can help you select a resource to support a topic in your class or year group or even used to support a whole school project.

Themed AreasEYFSKS1KS2
Cycling and the environmentEYFS Understanding the worldPicture This!Using a street scene image to develop observation and discussion skills about cycling and the environment around us.KS1 EnglishPoster Power!Planning and creating posters to encourage more people to cycle.KS2 English“Let’s cycle more”Using persuasive writing to increase the number of people cycling, supporting their health and the environment.
Cycling to support health & wellbeingEYFS PSHE & Physical developmentOn our Bicycles – Bikeability BalanceStarting the ‘Learn to ride’ journey using the Bikeability Balance bicycle training.KS1 PSHE & ScienceCycling and my bodyInvestigating how the heart works and the effects of cycling on the body.KS2 Science and PSHEMy heart – Beats per minute tracking fun!The importance of exercise and what happens to the heart when we exercise.
Active TravelEYFS Physical development & Physical Education“Red, Amber, Green – Roundabout!”Developing gross motor and movement skills through a fun physical activity game suitable for free play or use in PE.KS1 ScienceWhich everyday materials are bicycles made from and why?Exploring the range of everyday materials used on bicycles.KS2 Maths, statistics, data, mathematical operationsCycling DetectivesData collection, use of averages, percentages, interpreting, presenting and presenting data using graphical methods.
Cycling in our communityEYFS Expressive arts and designLet’s All Cycle CollageCreating a cycling themed collage to display in school.KS1 GeographyCycling In my CommunityResearching the local community and investigating opportunities to cycle and plan routes.KS2 English. Poetry.Mulga Bill’s Cycling JourneyUsing poetry to develop reading, comprehension, speaking & listening skills.
Cycling around the worldEYFS Communication & Language. Physical development. Understanding of the WorldA ‘Magic Bicycle-Pencil’ AdventureDeveloping fine motor skills with a ‘Magic Bicycle-Pencil’ adventure across some famous landscapes.KS1 Art and Design & GeographyTerrains, weather, cycling model makingIdentifying key features of various terrains across the world.KS2 Geography.The cycling holiday of a lifetimeLocating countries of the world, identifying similarities and differences and developing an cycle trip itinerary.

 

Supporting resources: Each of the learning resources outlined above include a Teacher Guide and all the associated supporting materials, hand-outs, teacher prompts and additional templates required.

EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE (EYFS)

A variety of EYFS linked resources to inspire all the children in your setting. From a ‘Magical Bicycle-Pencil’ adventure supporting fine motor skill development to using cycle themed imagery to support communication and language, there is a learning resource to meet your children’s needs …

  • Picture This!

    Understanding the World
    Using a cycling street scene image to develop observation and discussion skills about the environment around us.

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  • On our Bicycles – Bikeability Balance

    PSHE & Physical development
    Starting the ‘Learn to ride’ journey using the Bikeability Balance bicycle training.

    Download

  • “Red, Amber, Green – Roundabout!”

    Physical development & Physical Education
    Developing gross motor and movement skills through physical activity in free play or in PE.

    Download

  • Let’s All Cycle Collage

    Expressive arts and design
    Creating a cycling themed collage to display in school.

    Download

  • A ‘Magic Bicycle-Pencil' Adventure

    Communication & Language. Physical development. Understanding of the World
    Developing fine motor skills with a ‘Magic Bicycle-Pencil’ adventure across some famous landscapes.

    Download

KEY STAGE 1 (KS1)

Creative curriculum linked resources supporting teaching and learning across KS1, including investigating everyday materials used on a bicycle in science and exploring our local area from a cyclists view point and much more ...

  • Poster Power!

    English
    Planning and creating posters to encourage more people to cycle.

    Download

  • Cycling and my body

    PSHE & Science
    Investigating how the heart works and the effects of cycling on the body.

    Download

  • Which everyday materials are bicycles made from and why?

    Science
    Exploring the range of everyday materials used on bicycles.

    Download

  • Cycling In my Community

    Geography
    Researching the local community and investigating opportunities to cycle and plan routes.

    Download

  • Terrains, weather, cycling model making

    Art and Design & Geography
    Identifying key features of various terrains across the world.

    Download

KEY STAGE 2 (KS2)

From diving into Mulga Bill’s cycling poem in English or undertaking a geographical investigation into key locations around the world and developing an itinerary for a cycle trip, through to being a scientific cycling detective, these KS2 learning resources will enthuse and engage all ...

  • “Let’s cycle more”

    English
    Using persuasive writing to increase the number of people cycling, supporting their health and the environment.

    Download

  • My heart – Beats per minute tracking fun!

    Science and PSHE
    The importance of exercise and what happens to the heart when we exercise.

    Download

  • Cycling Detectives

    Maths, statistics, data, mathematical operations
    Data collection, use of averages, percentages, interpreting, presenting and presenting data using graphical methods.

    Download

  • Mulga Bill’s Cycling Journey

    English. Poetry.
    Using poetry to develop reading, comprehension, speaking & listening skills

    Download

  • The cycling holiday of a lifetime

    Geography
    Locating countries of the world, identifying similarities and differences and developing an cycle trip itinerary.

    Download

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