More Cycle Training Assistant courses available through your Outdoor Learning Service.
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These courses are FREE to all staff and volunteers working within East Lothian for schools and community groups. This is made possible through funding from Cycling Scotland. Funding is also available to fund cover costs for staff from schools in order for them to be able to come away from their workplace.
Next programmed course is Friday 5th September at Musselburgh Outdoor Learning Base.
To book please complete a booking form available here.
Any questions or queries then please get in touch with Martyn (email@example.com or 01316535217)
Start of the new academic year and ELOLS supported two DofE expeditions in week one.
Silver Qulaifying Paddling Expedition along the Great Glen – Gairlochy to Dores – 70 km by sea kayak
Utilising the new trailblazer campsites set up as part of the Great Glen Canoe Trail the group of boys camped at Leiterfearn and Foyers on their journey between Gairlochy and Dores. Arduous? – definitely. Rewarding? – absolutely. Congratulations to a very mature and resilient group of paddlers. Once their presentation is complete the group will have successfully completed the Expedition section of their Dof E Silver award.
This group all attend Knox Academy but they are doing the DofE award as a community youth group
Bronze Training Walking Expedition from Carfraemill to Haddington
We have some beautiful countryside in East Lothian and this training expedition run through the school made the best use of it with a two day walking route starting/ finishing at the school. The woodland just outside Gifford and the Lammermuir hills made for a fine challenge for two groups. The woods proved navigationally challenging for one group in particular – but often the best learning comes from making mistakes!
More photos from the Silver qualifying and training below