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These Health and Physical Education resources provide opportunities for students to get involved with riding bikes and promoting bike riding.

Hayden Shaw

Teacher Hayden Shaw, writer of these resources.

Students can

  • improve cycle skills
  • examine the place of cycling in the community
  • design actions to promote cycling to others.

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Years 9-10 curriculum resource

This resource is about enhancing students’ bike skills and bike-riding knowledge while they gain a greater understanding of how cycling can increase the hauora of self, others and society.

Students create a game, physical activity or social action that could positively influence numbers of people cycling. This unit allows students to more often consider cycling as a mode of transport. It also allows students to develop critical thinking skills and take action to design future transport.

HPE junior resource: where have all the bikes gone? [DOCX, 381 KB]

NCEA Level 1 curriculum resources

This resource supports students to develop a greater understanding of why cycling is important. Initially, the focus is why fewer students cycling to schools than in the past. It examines the benefits of cycling and potential hazards.

Students then work with younger students from their own school or a nearby primary school. Students put together an action plan to enhance younger students’ cycling abilities by creating and applying a three-session cycling development programme.

HPE NCEA Level 1 assessment: cycling [DOCX, 40 KB]

HPE senior resource: taking action to get more people riding bikes [DOCX, 346 KB]

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