This week we had our last lesson of our bikeability topic.We also had our theory test to predict if we passed or not.Thanks to our expert bikeability skill the entire class passed with more than 15+ in our test and solid monouvering got us past bikeability level 2. We all had great fun over the course the 8 lessons of bikeability.Some people were invited to do bikeability level 3 if it is going to be carried out in our school. in bikeability we learned some monouvres like right turn,left turn,starting and stopping,emergency stop,passing parked cars and making a U-turn.Bikeability was a great experience for us all and we will take it into the future. we did our m-checks and check our helmet that it wouldn’t fall of. We went on a busy road and normal road .
Active Schools are hosting a World Cup celebration afternoon at Whitecraigs Rugby Club this afternoon. We are moving round stations to participate in archery, judo, tennis, football, rugby aerobics and cricket activities. Schools from all over East Renfrewshire are taking part. Most importantly; we are having a ball!
We have been having lots of fun in Bikeability. We have learning lots of manouveres. Like left turns and right turns. Or passing parked cars and u-turns. We have also been allowed to try different roads and junctions. With cars behind us some of the time to realize how safe you have to be. We just started doing u-turns when it was a clear road. You have to make sure your bike is completely safe by doing a M-check. A M-check is a series of tests your bike has to go through before riding on a road.For you to understand bikeability you have to practice at home. You try busy roads nd not so busy roads you you get a taster of whats its like too ride on the road. If its raining we still have to still do bikeability, which is quite disappointing. Here are some photos:
With two bikeability sessions under our belts P6a is ready to venture out on to the road. We will be doing this the week after next, as the class are not in school on Tuesday (it is an in service day for staff). We are learning how to travel safely on our bikes and how to indicate our intentions to other road users.
Keep studying your bikeability books as there will be an assessment of your road rules soon!
This afternoon we worked very hard to increase Kirkhill’s lead in the final week of Beat the Street. Walking is an effective to exercise your body and relax your mind, and it is free! It is dry and mild outside so, if you are able, take your tag out this week and hit as many boxes as you can. Good luck!