St Vincent's School

St Vincent's School

St Vincents School offer inclusive cycling sessions and have a wide range of adapted to choose from. Please see CTCs guide to adapted cycles for more details.

About the centre 

St Vincents School are a CTC affiliated group and they are proud to have been given Ofsted Awards for their outstanding work for 5 consecutive years.

The school provides education to children with sensory impairments and other special needs, and further details of their work and achievements can be found on the St Vincents School Website.



Activities available at the centre 
  • The school provides inclusive cycling sessions exclusively for pupils. 
  • Cycling is an after school activity.   
  • During the winter months, pupils can ride bikes on the athletics track at the school. 
  • During the summer months, pupils have the option to visit and cycle on the athletics track at Litherland Sports Park.
  • The centre has some trikes, some go-carts and some regular bikes.
  • There is a much wider range of adapted bikes at Litherland, including a wheelchair carrier.     


Want to know more about who inclusive cycle centres cater for? Check out CTCs What is inclusive cycling? or contact us (see contact details above).

Centre activities 
Inclusive Cycling
Centre facilities 
Changing Rooms
Volunteer opportunities 

Want to help? There are various ways in which you could volunteer.

Administration (such as on the committee, as a development co-ordinator, or to recruit volunteers)   
Sessional Support
Additional Events Support
Cycle Maintenance  
Other opportunities (please specify)


St Vincent's School
Yew Tree Lane
West Derby
L12 9HN

By Bike: near NCN 62 and local routes
By Bus: 102, 698 
By Road: near, A57, A5058, M62
By Rail: Broad Green 

Opening times 

Open: All year

Sessions: Thursdays 


Contact details

Chris McFarlane
01512 289 968

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