Sustrans Big Pedal 2019
Sustrans Big Pedal is the UK’s largest inter-school cycling, walking and scooting challenge. They aim to inspire pupils, staff and parents to choose human power for their journey to school and are open every single primary and secondary school in the UK.
The Sustrans Big Pedal is from 25 March to 5 April this year and is including walking to school as well as cycling and scooting for the first time. So what do you have to do, and why?
The Challenge – On each of the 10 days, schools will compete to get as many of their pupils, staff and parents cycling, walking or scooting to school. The best five days will be chosen for each school, but schools can and are encouraged to to all 10 days.
For schools who cannot take part in the whole event, or 5 days, there is a one-day challenge. This will included activities to complete on that one day as well as the journey that pupils, staff and parents take to school.
On the final day of the challenge there is also a superhero fundraising day to celebrate all the hard work, with money raised being used to help thousands of children to walk, cycle or scoot every day.
Prizes – We all need a little incentive some times and sustains know that! If your school has 15% of their community walk, cycle and scoot on a certain day they will be entered into a special prize draw. Prizes will include equipment and accessories for the school to win.
Want to get involved?
There are schools taking part in Lewes District and Eastbourne Borough so far, in Eastbourne, Seaford, Newhaven and Peacehaven:
- Langney Primary School
- Cradle Hill Community Primary School
- Seaford Primary School
- Annecy Catholic Primary School
- Seaford Head School
- Denton Community Primary School
- Harbour Primary & Nursery School
- High Cliff Academy
- Meridian Community Primary School and Nursery
Don’t see your school on the list? Check here to see more schools involved in East Sussex.
Still not there? Why not let them know all about the Sustrans Big Pedal.
Are you a teacher or do you work in a local authority? They have resources for schools and tool san information available for local authorities to promote