Clean Air Scooter Challenge

Clean Air Scooter Challenge

The Clean Air Scooter Challenge is back for 2022, providing schools with a great opportunity to encourage their pupils to scoot to school and the chance to win some great prizes.

Why scoot? Why not?! Scooting is fun and great exercise. Plus, for those who live too far to scoot all the way to school, scooters are compact enough to fit in the car. This allows parents to park 5-10 minutes away from the school site so children can scoot from the boot.

The Challenge

This year's Clean Air Scooter Challenge will take place from 13th to 17th June 2022.

Once registered, your school will be provided with the resources needed to encourage as many pupils as possible to scoot and travel actively to school every day. As the challenge week encompasses Clean Air Day these resources will focus on air quality and active travel on the school run. Visit Clean Air Day for more information about the event on Thursday 16 June 2022 which is open to KS2 and KS3 pupils.

The Competition

At the end of the week, the schools with the highest average number of children scooting to school will win some amazing active travel prizes including Scooterpods and scooters. They will also receive vouchers for family days out in Hampshire for their pupils to win. 


Sign up now for the Clean Air Scooter Challenge 2022

Please use the link above to register your school by Monday 6th June 2022.

All registered schools will be emailed the resources along with details on how to enter the competition.

The Resources

To help you promote and enjoy the Clean Air Scooter Challenge you will receive the following:

  • Posters and fliers to help promote the event to pupils, parents and staff.
  • Launch assembly PowerPoint presentations for KS1 and KS2, introducing the Scooter Challenge and Clean Air Day.
  • Teacher Tally Sheet for class teachers to log their pupils' journeys to school that week.
  • Administrator Summary Sheet for you to collate the school results and then enter them into the competition.
  • Stickers on an Avery label L7161 compatible template for you to print and give out to pupils.
  • Certificate to print and present, or email to all the pupils who take part in the Scooter Challenge.

Other useful information

Air Quality – Resources and information about air quality and The Clean Air project.

My Journey Scooting Film - Meet Baron Karl Von Drais de Saurbrun, who invented the 'street walker' in 1817. He speaks on the importance of making a positive environmental difference in your local community and how greater exercise and active travel can benefit all.

Scooter Training – The Scooter Challenge could be a great opportunity to do some scooter training in school, try out these in-school scooter training guidelines for teachers.

Scooting to School – Includes some top tips to share with pupils for scooting safely.

Start Scooting – A great information sheet from Sustrans about getting going with scooting.


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