Agree with that. It has to be dynamic, level 2 outcomes most definately include taking the lane, primary position. So there isnt a 'normal' theres Primary and secondary,
Im using the following to teach more able groups as the words are a bit big for year 5s, but will be adding these to any level 3 work-
ask trainees- what are you doing- right now, where are you on road?
they are either ' inviting' (meaning inviting others past them, secondary )
or, 'asserting' (meaning taking the lane, primary)
this is likely to change, often, especially with urban cycling, its dynamic, aware, quicker than other forms or traffic.
because we have to be.
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