We work closely with many schools and youth organisations, as well as deliver group cycling activities for personal and corporate days out, either self-led or with guides. Over the years we have developed a fantastic working relationship with schools. Key benefits include:

  • A fun day out for pupils whilst promoting a good healthy lifestyle
  • Helping children and young people engage with the outdoors
  • Develop teamwork skills
  • We have great traffic free, dedicated, all weather Mountain bike trails for maximum enjoyment
  • Easy booking because we know you’re busy
  • With over 10 years experience and thousands of sessions under our belt, you can be sure that we know what we’re doing!
  • Hire bikes are available at a discounted rate to help keep it simple and because we understand that budgets can be

Check out our courses page too for more info!

Free minibus and coach parking if as a school, you pre-book and use guides. PLUS possibility of increased Ofsted results.

There are several benefits to your students:

  • Develops the skills and techniques required to overcome a task
  • Develops their physical and mental capacity to respond to the demands of performance
  • Provides students with exciting opportunities to lead a healthy and active lifestyle
  • Develop knowledge and understanding through practical application
  • Nurtures skills and knowledge for progression to further study
  • Teamwork encourages students to engage with each other, improving their social interaction
  • Builds confidence, extending their own capabilities in order to achieve things they thought were too hard to do
  • 4 out of 5 of BTEC students go on to receive a First or Second class degree (The outcomes associated with the BTEC route of degree level acquisition, London Economics 2013)
  • 37% of businesses prefer recruits to hold a mix of academic and vocational qualifications or value them equally (Inspiring Growth: Pearson/Skills CBI Skills survey 2015)
  • Learners who hold BTEC qualifications have high rates of progression between learning levels compared to other types of vocational qualification (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills – October 2015).

  • National Standards cycling Tuition – See Courses page
  • Rewards programs
  • P.E. and BTEC Moderation – more information below
  • Activity weeks
  • Scouting Assoc. youth badges
  • PE Curriculum
  • Home school Learning
  • Corporate and group activities
  • Stag and Hen do’s
  • Home school learning cycling sessions
  • Led / guided rides
  • Increased grades and success, teamwork, overcoming obstacles, challenge, social interaction, health and fitness.
  • Self led or guided.
  • MOD
  • NHS
  • Private and state schools
  • HM Prisons
  • Youth Services
  • Probation Services
  • Corporate and blue chip organisations
  • Olympic 2012 project construction team
  • Scouting Association
  • County Council
  • Go Ape
  • Various summer camps

Bedgebury Pinetum Forest also offer other school courses:

Wildlife in Bedgebury’ self-led schools resource (Ranger In A Bag), Years R-6
For more information please email bedgebury@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

Team building led by Kent High Weald Partnership, Years 5 and up
For more information see www.khwp.org.uk/bedgebury

Forest school at Bedgebury led by Kent High Weald Partnership
Call 01580 or email saul.fajerman@khwp.org.uk

Schools programme led by Forestry Commission staff, Years R-6
An introduction to trees using one of the world’s great tree collections, Bedgebury’s National Pinetum
For more information please email bedgebury@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

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