Pupils ‘wheelie’ excited by bike show

Pupils have been encouraged to get on their bikes to encourage them to stay ‘wheelie’ fit and healthy.

Members of the Health and Well-Being BMX Extreme Cycle Show treated pupils to a daring display of cycling prowess.

The BMX cyclists pushed the excitement level up a gear with a variety of stunts, jumps and tricks. They taught the children about the many benefits of taking regular exercise and leading a fit and healthy lifestyle, for both their physical and mental well-being.

Principal Caterina Park said:

“The children were so excited to see the BMX display. It was an absolute pleasure to see the joy on the faces of the children, who were wowed by the incredible stunts and tricks. They also learned a valuable lesson about the importance of exercise on their physical and emotional health.”

PUPILS learned that cycling is a great way of getting fit and healthy, both mentally and physically

Added By: tetadmin | Date Added: 25th Apr 2019 | Posted In:

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