30 Jul 2015

New scooter pods installed at Barnstaple school to encourage healthy travel

Brand new scooter pods have been installed at a Barnstaple infants’ school as part of an active travel project aimed at increasing levels of walking, scooting, cycling, and public transport to and from school. The Access to Education project is a collaboration between eight local authorities and Sustrans. Devon County Council is the lead authority […]

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13 Jul 2015

Codnor Primary School celebrate win!

Pupils at Codnor Primary School are celebrating winning a Scooterpod as part of a dinosaur themed Travel Smart make a monster move campaign to encourage active and environmentally friendly ways to travel to school. During Travel Smart week pupils were encouraged to ‘make a monster move’ and change the way they travel to try and […]

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11 May 2015

Earlsmead School get covered Scooterpods

Under the TFL Cycle & Scooter Storage Programme, Earlsmead Primary were given funding to put in 4 Scooterpods (48 scooter spaces!) under one of our Oxted Shelters to keep them covered! The Oxted shelter can fit 4 scooterpods comfortably and comes in primary colours as standard, although other colour combinations are available.  

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11 May 2015

Abel Smith School get a bespoke storage shelter!

Abel Smith school were in need of covered scooter and bike storage but loved our Scooterpods! So we designed a bespoke shelter for 10 bikes using a toast rack and 12 scooters in a Scooterpod, all powder coated red to match the school colours

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27 Apr 2015

Little Green make a Rainbow with Scooterpods!

Little Green School have added 9 new multi-coloured Scooterpods on bases to their school! Because they wanted to keep the school site as eco-friendly as possible, they opted to have the Scooterpods on bases and matting, so that no grassed areas would need to be tarmacced or concreted. In time the grass will grow through […]

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27 Apr 2015

New Scooterpod Shelter at St Thomas More School!

Here at St Thomas More, Hertfordshire County Council part funded for with the school for new cycle and scooter storage. The school chose a bespoke elongated Oxted shelter to cover 2 Minipods and 2 Scooterpods on a new concrete base with sloped access to the pods. The Oxted Shelter was designed specifically to provide shelter […]

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15 Apr 2014

Woodrow First get free Scooterpod!

Pupils at Woodrow First School received a Scooterpod on behalf of Worcester County Council. It was given to them as part of the Modeshift Membership agreement and it was awarded to the school as they did very well in converting car journeys to scooting. Hopefully they will continue with their excellent work and convert more […]

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24 Mar 2014

Scooterpod invasion!

Little Green Primary School in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire was invaded by Scooterpods last week! They have had 9 Scooterpods installed on bases and mats and we think they look great!

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12 Feb 2014

Cawood Primary win a Scooterpod!

Cawood C of E Primary School have won a Scooterpod that has been donated by the North Yorkshire Council school travel team. The competition, run by the Council, was to design a Scoot to School poster. Below is the winning poster, drawn by Freya! We think it looks great!

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20 Dec 2013

Scooterpods at Threemilestone School

Threemilestone School in Cornwall has worked with Sustrans to provide a new scooter storage facility to encourage the children to scoot to school! Nick Ratcliffe, the schools officer from Sustrans said: “Scooting, cycling and walking to school is a great way for our children to get the exercise they need everyday to keep healthy and […]

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