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How Endeavour School use scooting to promote coordination in children

  • 2 min read

The Endeavour is a special school for children aged between 5 and 16. It places the child at the centre of everything that they do with the philosophy that learning is a partnership of discovery involving the school, pupils, parents and the wider community.

They seek to develop the potential of every pupil in the school who are encouraged to become responsible and confident.

Scooters for developing coordination

When the school got in touch they explained that they were seeking an alternative way of developing coordination and physical wellbeing. With funds being tight they applied through Scooter Aid for a donation to help deliver an engaging method of teaching. Their focus being all aspects of road safety and responsible scooting whilst supporting the physical wellbeing of their pupils.

Scooter Aid

Through the Micro Scooters Scoot Aid scheme we are able to support charities and good causes across the UK. We send our nearly new scooters to charities to help them to in their quest. We were only too pleased to help The Endeavour School deliver and enriched learning experience to their pupils.

Thank you from The Endeavour School

"Thank you ever so much for the kind donation of the scooters. The pupils were really excited to receive them so were the staff, (I must admit I took a couple for a test drive purely in the interest of quality control). The scooters are going to be invaluable to help teach the pupils about road safety; responsible scooting; helping to promote coordination; improve pupils physical wellbeing and above all having fun." ~ Mr A Hattam, Deputy Headteacher.
Find out more about Scooter Aid here, including details of how you can donate an old Micro Scooter to the scheme.